Sydney Morning Herald
Comunicacion The common dinner staple of meat and three veg may have started with Neanderthals more than 40,000 years ago, new research suggests. While these burly extinct relatives were known to be meat eaters, an analysis of their dental plaque has...
Neanderthal man may have preferred domestic chores to a rugged hunter-gatherer lifestyle, researchers have said. Archaeologists at Cambridge University believe they have debunked the traditional image of our extinct prehistoric cousins. They found...