DNA Pinpoints When Humans and Neanderthals Interbred
DNA extracted from the skeleton of a man who lived in Russia about 37,000 years ago suggests humans interbred with Neanderthals 54,000 years ago.
Caveman Cold Case | Full Episode | Secrets of the Dead | PBS
A tomb of 49,000 year-old Neanderthal bones discovered in El Sidron, a remote, mountainous region of Northern Spain, leads to a compelling investigation to solve a double mystery: How did this group of Neanderthals die? And, could the fate of this group help explain Neanderthal extinction?
Did Neandertals make jewelry 130,000 years go? Eagle claws provide clues
Krapina Neandertals may have manipulated white-tailed eagle talons to make jewelry 130,000 years ago, before the appearance of modern humans in Europe.
Neanderthal groups based part of their lifestyle on sexual division of labor
Neanderthal communities divided some of their tasks according to their sex. This is one of the main conclusions reached by a study performed...
Abric Romaní: El Gran Escenario de los Neandertales
Prehistoria, Paleolítico, Homo sapiens, Middle Stone Age, Pleistoceno, Neandertales, Paleolítico medio, Paleolítico superior, Achelense
Elisabeth Daynès’ biography: works and achievements of Elisabeth Daynès, expert in hyper realistic reconstructions.
Meet Elisabeth Daynes, founder of Atelier Daynes: expert in paleoanthropology and specialist in hyper realistic reconstruction of early humans, bringing human evolution and human origins to life
Marco Peresani of the University of Ferrara in Italy found 660 bird bones mixed in with Neanderthal bones in Fumane cave in northern Italy, located in a place called the Grotta di Fumane or the Grotto of Smoke. Many of the wing bones were cut and scraped where the flight feathers were once attached, suggesting the feathers had been systematically removed.