The Real Neanderthal Man

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42,000 years ago, the only humans in Europe, made clothing, tools educated its youth, done. But it was not the same as us.

Now the latest technology can reveal exactly how they lived, the dangers they face and the communities they did in the Neander Valley in Germany.

We all know that the word as a qualifier Neanderthal unflattering to some of our uneducated and weak congeners ingenious.

But it was the real Neanderthal donkey really such an intellectual? Neanderthal Man is real in the modern scientific findings reveal the opposite.

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