This List of Neanderthal fossil sites will make it easier to navigate among the number of discovered sites of ancient people. It contains a list of finds with links to their brief descriptions. There are about 246 sites in 31 countries, from Europe to Central Asia and the Altai. ...
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Neanderthal fossils 50–40 thousand years old differ from older ones due to the better preserva-tion of remains, which makes it possible to study DNA and obtain previously inaccessible in-formation. The study of the history of Neanderthal man continues. ...
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Neanderthal sites are found everywhere in Europe, except its northern regions, and further east, through the Levant, Caucasus, and Central Asia as far as the Altai Mountains. The catalog of important Neanderthal remains sites gives their brief description and characteristics. ...
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Neanderthal Remains Sites
Neanderthal Remains Sites research is bringing more and more knowledge about past eras and the life of Homo neanderthalensis during the Ice Ages. We learn about the places where stone tools were made, the hunting of large herbivores, and shelters from dangerous predators. ...
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Researchers find Neanderthal remains in many locations in Europe and Asia, providing a wealth of crucial information about their anatomy and culture. The Catalog of Neanderthal Remains lists key Neanderthal sites with brief descriptions of the finds and their ages. ...
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Neanderthal Man
Neanderthal man, or Homo neanderthalensis, is an extinct species of the genus Homo. Between 500,000 and 40,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene epoch, they inhabited Eurasia, predominantly Europe. Neanderthals were powerful hunters, well adapted to surviving in the glacial period. ...
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