Scientists have discovered that Neanderthals showed remarkable flexibility to environmental changes around them and would travel to where they were most comfortable.
George Church, from the Harvard Medical School, founded a company to bring the wooly mammoth back to life in 2021.
Experts reconstructed the caveman's face from just a fossilized orbital bone.
Professor Clive Finlayson who led the expedition, said it was "quite a feeling to know the people who were last in there were Neanderthals."
"In recent years we have seen increasing evidence that Neanderthals were more sophisticated than previously thought," researcher Emma Pomeroy said.
Researchers also found evidence indicating that Neanderthals collected volcanic pumice stones.
Research adds to evidence showing how archaic species shaped modern humans.
Researchers say the discovery adds weight to the idea Neanderthals were capable of symbolic behavior.
Scientists discovered new evidence that the Greek island of Naxos was inhabited by Neanderthals and humans at least 200,000 years ago—tens of thousands of years earlier than previously believed
Skull discovered in a cave in Southern Greece has been identified as Homo sapiens.
Study suggests weakening of the field resulted in reduced protection from UV rays, leading to mammalian extinctions on Earth.
Previous estimates based on DNA analysis suggest the two species diverged between 300,000 and 500,000 years ago.
Researchers studied the remains of Neanderthals found in a cave in southeastern France.
Researchers asked javelin athletes to try out replicas of 300,000-year-old weapons.
Providing healthcare was a fundamental collaborative survival strategy for Neanderthals, according to researchers.
The research shows our ancient cousins were "no dummies," one scientist said.
Neanderthals aren't the only ancient people that have left traces in our modern DNA.
Scientists aren't sure when the human lineage became "behaviorally modern."
"We are now able to understand much more of their everyday toolkit."
This new evidence will result in "a far more sophisticated appreciation" of our evolution.
It's gooey, but nutritious.
Archaeologists made the discovery after digging up new regions in Spain.
The world now has its second ever high-quality Neanderthal genome.
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