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Riel-Salvatore Neanderthal research continues to garner notice

Riel-Salvatore Neanderthal research continues to garner notice

Julien Riel-Salvatore, assistant professor of anthropology, and colleagues are announcing the results of new research which finds that Neanderthals divided their cave into sites used to conduct different activities. That Neanderthals organized their living spaces in ways that would be familiar to modern humans once again shows similarities between the two close cousins. The findings, published in the latest edition of the Canadian Journal of Archaeology, indicate that Neanderthals butchered animals, made tools and gathered round the fire in different parts of their shelters.

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Science Daily,
Dec 3

Neanderthals Were Efficient Homemakers, Study
Nature World News,
Dec 4

Neanderthals organized their caves around tasks, study says
 Los Angeles Times,
Dec 5

Well-organized Neanderthals tidied up around the cave
NBC News,
Dec 5


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