• Logan Mason posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    Researchers May Have Found The World’s Oldest Piece Of String Ever Strung In A Cave In France. The String Is Said To Have Been Constructed And Used By Neanderthals At Least 41-Thousand Years Ago. The String, Which Dates Between 41 And 52 ka, Opens Up Questions To Possibilities Associated With Neanderthals.

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  • Logan Mason posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 4 months, 1 week ago

    Although Neanderthal Skeletons, With Bones Still Arranged In Original Position (Articulated), Have Been Excavated In South-East Spain In Years 2006-7 And 2010, Researchers Are Indicating That The Newly And First Discovered Neanderthal Skeleton, In A Decade, From Iraq, Called Shanidar Z, Is More Completely Articulated Than Previous Finds.

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  • Logan Mason posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 5 months, 1 week ago

    Neanderthals May Have Been Swimmers, Diving Under The Oceans To Collect Clams. This’s Based On The Clearer Study Of 171 Shells, Used As Tools By Neanderthals ~90,000 YA, Excavated From A Cave In Italy At The End Of 1940s. The Shells, From The Smooth Clam Species (Callista Chione), Helped Denote Washed-up Clams From Live Ocean Clams.

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  • Logan Mason posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 12 months ago

    Yep, Neanderthals Were Smart! They Are Said To Have Created The First Superglue, About 50,000 Years Ago, Based On The Stone Tool Findings In 2 Caves In Italy. The Stone Tools Were Held Together By Resin From Pine Tree, Which Was Sometimes Mixed With Beeswax, Comprising The First Superglue.

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