Latest Middle Paleolithic Stories
Scientists have theorized that the reason Homo sapiens were able to outcompete Neanderthals was because they embraced a more diverse diet. However, new evidence indicates that Neanderthal menus may have been more diverse than previously thought.
Humans that populated the banks of the river Manzanares (Madrid, Spain) during the Middle Palaeolithic (between 127,000 and 40,000 years ago) fed themselves on pachyderm meat and bone marrow.
Researchers have new evidence that suggest Neanderthals died out much earlier than previously thought, and possibly before modern humans arrived.
A research project at the Universitat AutÃ²noma de Barcelona supports the hypothesis that there was no overlap or relationship with the Neanderthals.
New evidence debunks â€˜stupidâ€™ Neanderthal myth
- A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.