• Logan Mason posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 8 months 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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