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Neanderthals were pioneers of domestic bliss

Neanderthals were pioneers of domestic bliss

The Telegraph - By Richard Gray, Science Correspondent

House proud Neanderthals lived in well organised homes rather than chaotic caves, new finds suggest They are frequently portrayed as primitive cave-dwelling brutes, but it seems that Neanderthals were the original home makers. A study of archaeological remains at a site where Neanderthals lived up to …

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