An essay on the "Neanderthal Man"
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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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