Ancient Raptor Captors Weren’t Thugs: Neanderthals Caught Eagles and Treasured Their Talons

April 30, 2019 - General
Golden eagle, majestic bird revered by Neanderthals who used eagle talons to make jewelry.

The golden eagle has had a special place in many human societies for millennia. They have been hunted, used to hunt and also honored. But the Neanderthals also seem to have prized and revered these remarkable birds. 

Source: origins

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