Following Neanderthals' footsteps to learn how they lived

September 10, 2019 - General

Like modern humans and primates, Neanderthals—our closest evolutionary cousins—are thought to have lived in groups, but their size and composition have been difficult to infer from archeological and fossil remains.

Scientists have reported the discovery of 257 footprints along the Normandy shore in France that were immaculately
 preserved over 80,000 years, offering major new clues into the social structures of its pre-historic…

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Source: archeo

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