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An essay on the "Neanderthal Man"
Neanderthal was the name given to the prehistoric men who lived in Europe, and western and central Asia. They were discovered in 1856 in Neander Valley, near D&uuml;sseldorf, Germany and are the source for the caveman stereotype. The name Neanderthal comes from the gorge where scientists discovered a skullcap. It was the first remains to be found of this ancient people. They probably lived between 110,000 and 30,000 years ago. Since then, archaeologists have found approximately 30 skeletons.
Neanderthals had a large brain, much like modern man, with a capacity of about 1,500 c…
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