Neanderthals went extinct. We didn't. Why? reconstruction at the Museum for Prehistory in Eyzies-de-Tayac Patrick Bernard, AFP

We Didn't Kill the Neanderthals, Climate Change Did, New Study Says

Analysis of stalagmites in caves shows extreme cold lasting a thousand years froze Europe around 40,000 years ago – just about when Neanderthals went extinct

Who killed off the Neanderthals? We usually suspect ourselves, but while Homo sapiens has had a hand in the extinction of countless species, a study published on Monday appears to exonerate our distant...

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