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"Kalamakia, together with the single human tooth from the nearby cave site of Lakonis, are the first Neanderthal remains
"We have a social brain, whereas Neanderthals appear to have a visual brain," said Clive Gamble, an archaeologist at the
In the past, anthropologists assumed that Neanderthals were widespread throughout Europe, basing that assumption on Neanderthal
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Modern humans entered Europe from Africa and possibly the Middle East around the time of the eruption and Neandertals' demise
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