Neanderthal

Supervolcano cleared in Neanderthals' demise

Gorham’s Cave (Gibraltar) : cave art made by Neanderthals ?

Neanderthals and humans had 'ample time' to mix

Gorham’s Cave (Gibraltar):Ancient pigeon bones reveal secrets of Neanderthals' bird diet

Ancient pigeon bones reveal secrets of Neanderthals' bird diet

Quincieux (France): Découverte d’une occupation néandertalienne en bord de Saône

Ce que l'ADN des hommes de Neandertal nous apprend sur la généalogie de l'espèce humaine

- El Salt (Espagne): Neandertals ate their veggies, their feces reveal

Sima de los Huesos (Espagne): Skulls with mix of Neandertal and primitive traits

Study questions Neandertal inferiority to early modern humans

Neanderthals Cooked Stews Inside Animal Skins

Neanderthals Lived in Small, Isolated Populations, Gene Analysis Shows

Did Neanderthals Make Music?

Neanderthals were no strangers to good parenting

Neanderthal variants in genes involved in lipid catabolism

- Tiny Vocal Bone Suggests Neanderthals Spoke Languages Similar to Modern Humans

La Cotte (G-B): Neanderthals cleared of driving mammoths over cliff in mass slaughter

- St Brelade (G-B): Jersey site that was last Neanderthal home is studied

New Evidence Suggests That Neandertals Buried Their Dead

- Neanderthals' genetic legacy

Neanderthals add another string to their bow

Kebara Cave (Israël): Micro-Biomechanics of the Kebara 2 Hyoid and Its Implications for Speech in Neanderthals

La Chapelle-aux-Saints (France): L'homme de Néandertal inhumait bien déjà ses morts

San Bernardino Cave (Italie): A reassessment of the presumed Neandertal remains

Riparo Bombrini (Italie):  Neanderthals organized caves around tasks

- El Sidrón Cave (Espagne): Cannibal Neanderthal gang ate 12 of their neighbours raw

- ‘s – Hertogenbosch (Pays-Bas): Neanderthal stone tools and flakes discovered

Abri du Maras (France): Discoveries reveal behaviorally flexible Neanderthals.

La Cotte (G-B): the lost home of the last Neanderthals

Abri Peyrony (France): Neandertals, not modern humans, made first specialized bone tools in Europe

Handaxe design reveals distinct Neanderthal cultures

Néandertal a fabriqué les premiers outils spécialisés en os d'Europe

Regional behaviour among late Neanderthal groups in Western Europe

Payre (France): Middle Pleistocene ecology and Neanderthal subsistence

Fumane Cave (Italie): Broken shell provides a glimpse at Neanderthal art

Neanderthals shared speech and language with modern humans

Vanguard / Gorham Caves (Gibraltar): Fresh finds boost plan for Neanderthal Theme Park

Campi Flegrei (Italie): Volcanic eruption may have killed Neanderthals

Kalamakia cave (Grèce): Neanderthal Greek Paradise Found

 Shocking new theory: Humans hunted, ate Neanderthals

Neanderthal culture: Old masters

- Pietrowice Wielkie (Pologne):  workshop of Palaeolithic hunters discovered

Kalamakia cave (Grèce): Trove of Neanderthal Bones Found

Danemark: How far north did the Neanderthals go?

El Sidron cave (Espagne): age of the Neanderthal remains

Un caractère unique des Néandertaliens caché dans l’épaisseur des os de leur crâne

L'homme de Neandertal en déficit de liens sociaux

Bunnies implicated in the demise of Neanderthals

La Ferrassie 3 (France): Neandertal ossicular chain

Stajnia Cave (Pologne): A Neanderthal lower molar

The last Neanderthals of southern Iberia did not coexist with modern humans

Roca dels Bous (Espagne):  clues to understanding the extinction of the Neanderthals

Arcy-sur-Cure (France): Néandertal savait faire de très belles parures

Arcy sur Cure (France): Neanderthals manufactured Châtelperronian amid cultural diffusion with humans

La Ferrassie (France): How scientists recreated Neanderthal man

Neanderthals ... They're Just Like Us?

Lozoya River Valley  (Espagne): A Neanderthal trove in Madrid

Europeans did not inherit pale skins from Neanderthals

Neanderthals used feathers as 'personal ornaments'

Chez-Pinaud Jonzac (France): Neandertal mobility and large-game hunting: The exploitation of reindeer during the Quina Mousterian

Regourdou (France): a Neandertal's right-handedness

Neanderthals had a disproportionate number of injuries to their heads and necks.

Modern humans greater threat to Neanderthals

Unique Neandertal arm morphology due to scraping, not spearing

El Sidrón Cave (Espagne): Neanderthals had knowledge of plants' healing qualities

Les derniers Néanderthaliens d’Europe Orientale : nouveaux résultats

- Krapina (Croatie): Neandertal Teeth

- Neanderthals were ancient mariners

- Partial genetic turnover in neandertals

Neanderthal demise due to many influences, including cultural changes

Jersey (G-B) : Neanderthal mammoth hunters

Do you think we should clone a Neanderthal?

Maastricht-Belvédère (Pays-Bas) : red ochre use by Neanderthals 200,000 years ago

Neanderthal stone axes :'Flintknapper' recreates techniques used as early as 300,000 years ago

How to communicate like a Neandertal…

Into the mind of a Neanderthal

Archaeologists find clues to Neanderthal extinction

Molodova (Ukraine) : Neanderthal home made of mammoth bones

Molodova (Ukraine) : Neandertals’ mammoth building project

Climate Change May Have Doomed Neanderthals

Meganisi (Grèce) : Neanderthal Men First Inhabitants of Greek Islands

Payre (France) : l'Homme de Néandertal chassait les oiseaux et pêchait dès 250 000 ans

Solving the mysteries of short-legged Neandertals

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