Neanderthal 2

Hula (Israel) : On the Banks of the Jordan River, Neanderthals Ate Turtles 60,000 Years Ago

Krapina (Croatie) : Analysis of Neanderthal teeth grooves uncovers evidence of prehistoric dentistry

Moravie (Rép. Tchèque) : Study sheds light on Neanderthal-Homo sapiens transition

Reconstructing the relationship between modern humans and Neanderthals

Ein Kashish (Israel) :Bones Found Rewrite Theory of Neanderthal Extinction

Zaskalnaya VI (Crinée) : Decorated raven bone may provide insight into Neanderthal cognition

- Aroeira (Portugal) :Un crâne révèle les origines de Néandertal

Crapina (Croatie) : Neanderthals Capable of Incorporating Symbolic Objects into Their Culture

Goyet (Belgique): The caves that prove Neanderthals were cannibals

Neanderthals in a boat? Not such a far-fetched notion after all

- La Cotte de St Brelade (G-B): Coastal cave site was a must-see tourist destination for Neanderthals for over 100,000 years

Were Neanderthals Religious?

Grotte du Renne (France) : Ancient mystery solved, they were Neanderthals

Sudden extinction of Neanderthals followed population peak

Goyet (Belgique) : Cannibalism among late Neandertals

Bruniquel (France): une grotte qui change notre vision de Néandertal

Bruniquel Cave (France) : Early Neanderthal constructions

Skeletal differences between Neanderthal and modern human infants

Did Neanderthals Die Out Because of the Paleo Diet?

Climate change may have contributed to extinction of Neanderthals

Human Diseases From Africa May Have Doomed Neanderthals

Neanderthal diet: Only 20 percent vegetarian