The Neanderthal is said to have been the 'First European', our distant relation from the Ice Age. Since the first bones were discovered in Germany in 1856, they've been shrouded in mystery. Today, modern science is producing a cascade of new information about who they were, how they lived, and why they disappeared 30,000 years ago. We're beginning to see just how close they were to modern humans.
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