Archaeologists find evidence of Neanderthal habitation in Georgian cave

August 15, 2019 - General

Archaeologists have reported identifying and unearthing artifacts of neanderthal habitation sites dated back 50,000 years at the Tsutskhvati Cave Natural Monument in Georgia’s west and hope to find answers to their extinction.

Excavation in Tsutskhvati Cave [Credit: National Museum of Georgia]In two separate findings, scientists identified a previously discovered item from the site as belonging to a neanderthal-era campsite while also…

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