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New Neanderthal Skeleton

 New Neanderthal Skeleton


Anthropologists have created the first full-body reconstruction of a Neanderthal. It was pieced together using 70,000 year-old bones from a specimen in France and 60,000 year-old fragments from a skeleton discovered in Israel. One of the biggest surprises was seeing how radically different the neanderthal's ribcage was compared to modern humans, said Gary Sawyer, one of the project's designers. Read more at LiveScience.com(1).

1. http://www.livescience.com/history/050310_neanderthal_reconstruction.html

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