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Top Definition. neanderthal. Primitive humans which lived throughout much of Europe, but particulary in France, and Germany.

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A rock engraving made by Neanderthals in Gibraltar
Sep 16, 2014 A rock engraving made by Neanderthals in Gibraltar. Joaquín Rodríguez-Vidala, Francesco d'Erricob,c, Francisco Giles Pachecod, Ruth ...
Neanderthals Are Still Human! - The Institute for Creation Research
Impact #323. Neanderthals Are Still Human! by Dave Phillips*.
Comparison of Modern Human and Neanderthal DNA
Neanderthals and the modern human colonization of Europe
The fate of the Neanderthal populations of Europe and western Asia has gripped the popular ... finds of Neanderthals and early anatomically modern humans.
Neanderthals Revisited: New Approaches and Perspectives Edited
understanding Neanderthal-early modern human differences: ... Neanderthal “ unique” non-metric traits observed between Neanderthals and Upper Paleolithic  ...

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Earliest DNA Evidence of Neanderthals ID'd
It turns out that the inhabitants living in a Spanish cave some 400,000 years ago were actually Neanderthals. That is a fresh twist on a long-running mystery over the origins of these 28 hominins from Sima de Los Huesos in northern Spain.
Bones reveal neanderthals ate mammoths and rhinos but also snacked on PLANTS
It was previously thought Neanderthals ate the same food as predators living around them. But a recent study has showed our ancestors thrived on large mammals like woolly mammoths (pictured) and rhinos, while a fifth of their diet consisted of plants.
Neanderthals Ate Rhinos, Woolly Mammoths, and Plants
Neanderthals lived mainly on mammoth and rhino meat, as well as some plant food, says a team of researchers led by Prof. Hervé Bocherens from the University of Tübingen's Senckenberg Center for Human Evolution and Palaeoenvironment.
Isotope studies shed a new light on the eating habits of Neanderthals
Scientists from the Senckenberg Center for Human Evolution and Palaeoenvironment (HEP) in Tübingen have studied the Neanderthals' diet. Based on the isotope composition in the collagen from the prehistoric humans' bones, they were able to show that, ...
Off topic: Ninjas wanted, dinosaur discovery, Neanderthals, never been married
In case you're itching to add full-time “ninja” to your resume, a prefecture in Japan is looking for a few. Scientists discover a new, horse-sized species of tyrannosaur. Do you use “Neanderthal” as a slur?

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