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Did neanderthals use glue? Researchers find evidence that sticks

- La Roche-Cotard  (France) : Neanderthals were the world’s first artists

Neanderthals Might Not Be The Separate Species We Always Thought

Gruta de Oliveira (Portugal) :  Neanderthal cuisine: Excavations reveal Neanderthals were as intelligent as Homo sapiens

- Einhornhöhle (Allemagne) :  Neanderthals hunted dangerous cave lions

- Cova Simanya (spagne) :A new assemblage of late Neanderthal remains

Shanidar (Iraq): How ancient bee burrows led to a better understanding of Neanderthals

Chez-Pinaud-Jonzac (France):  quand Néanderthal transforme l’os en outil

- La Roche-Cotard. (France): Oldest ever Neanderthal art

Roche-Cotard (France): Neanderthal cave engravings are oldest known – over 57,000 years old

Chez-Pinaud-Jonzac (France): When Neanderthals turned bone into tools

Museum exhibit in Norway reveals new details on Neanderthals

Hand disease known as Viking disease may have its origins in Neanderthal genes

- Neanderthals manufactured synthetic material with underground distillation

- Tooth enamel provides clues to hunter-gatherer lifestyle of Neanderthals

  - Scientists ‘revive’ Stone Age molecules still covering Neanderthal teeth

 - The puzzle of Neanderthal aesthetics

Neanderthals Built Boats And Sailed 100,000 Years Ago ?

- Neanderthals are far more important to us today than most of us realize.

Neandertal Legacy Scientific Reports

A surprising food may have been a staple of the real Paleo diet: rotten meat

Navalmaíllo Rock Shelter (Espagne): New clues to the behavioral variability of Neanderthal hunting parties

Krapina (Croatie): New evidence is revealing the ages of death, birth, and menarche in Neandertals

Des-Cubierta (Espagne): Did Neanderthals Collect Impressive Animal Skulls?

 What We Know About Neanderthal Brain Size

Modeling of European Neanderthal migration hints at hidden archaeological hot spots in Iran

A Guide to the Neanderthal Hunt

- Neanderthals lived much longer in Gipuzkoa than previously thought

- Proof that Neanderthals ate crabs is another 'nail in the coffin' for primitive cave dweller stereotypes

- It's Possible Neanderthals Evolved So They Wouldn't Smell Their Own Stink

- The Neanderthals and the Mystery of the Missing Zinc

Neanderthals hunted, butchered massive elephants:

Combe-Grenal, France: Neanderthal hunting strategies were unaffected by changing climate

Neanderthals: The oldest art in the world wasn't made by humans

Human and Neanderthal brains have a surprising 'youthful' quality in common