Neanderthals Might Have Kissed Our Ancestors, New Study Shows
Scientists have analyzed the dental structure of Neanderthals that lived between 42,000 to 50,000 years ago in modern-day Belgium and Spain and discovered new interesting facts. The new discoveries were published in the journal Nature and now the subject of paleontologists and archaeologists. The discoveries cover the foods that Neanderthals may have eaten thousands of years ago and the medicines they must have used to treat various ailments.
Neanderthals Also Have Their Own Tourist Spot
Neanderthals have been depicted to be less intelligent and brutish, though a new study shows that they likely have culture as well. The study shows that Neanderthals also have their own tourist spot.
Neanderthal Genes Gave Homo Sapiens The Ability To Adapt
Much of what people have is because Neanderthal genes gave Homo sapiens the ability to adapt to the environment.
Neanderthal DNA In Humans Killed By Evolution
It has been speculated that humans and Neanderthals interbred, but Neanderthal DNA in humans were kiilled by evolution.
Neanderthals Ate Vegetables: Archeologists Get Hint From Dental Plaque
A new study shows that Neanderthals ate begetables, as archeologists get hint taken from dental plaque.
Stone Circles Found In French Cave
Two stalagmite circles found in French cave were built by Neanderthals.
Stalagmite Rings: Oldest Known Well-Dated Constructions Made By Neanderthals, Archeologists Say
Neanderthals have a complex mind. The architectural designs in a French cave said it.
World's oldest tumor discovered in Neanderthal
A Neanderthal who lived 120,000 years ago had a fibrous growth in one of his ribs, and this is the oldest tumor known by more than 100,000 years.
Neanderthal weaning habits uncovered by monkey teeth
Humans wean babies from breast milk at a much younger age than our primate cousins, often years earlier. Very little was known about the breast-feeding habits of Neanderthals, however, until new information about their weaning habits was found in the study of a fossilized tooth.
Neanderthals: The Aliens We Met 40,000 Years Ago
What happened when Homo sapiens migrated to Europe and met our closest relatives the Neanderthals?
Neanderthal Cloning: Awesome Or Terrible?
Would resurrecting our long-lost hominid neanderthal cousins be ethical?
Rabbits Implicated In Extinction Of Neanderthals
Researchers think that a change in the types of available game could be the reason humans won out over Neanderthals on the road to survival.