Neanderthals 'dived in the sea for shellfish

Neanderthals 'dived in the sea for shellfish

bbc.co.uk - Paul Rincon

New data suggests that our evolutionary cousins the Neanderthals may have been diving under the sea for clams. It adds to mounting evidence that the old picture of these ancient people as brutish and unimaginative is wrong. Until now, there had been little clear evidence that Neanderthals were …

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