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Ancient string provides further evidence of Neanderthals talents

Reuters Thursday, 9 April 2020
Neanderthals used plant fibers to create string more than 40,000 years ago at a site in France where they hunted reindeer, further evidence according to scientists of the ingenuity and cognitive capabilities of our closest extinct human relatives.
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News video: 50,000-Year-Old String Shows Neanderthals Smarter Than We Thought

50,000-Year-Old String Shows Neanderthals Smarter Than We Thought 01:02

The world's oldest string shows our ancient ancestors weren't that much different from modern day humans.

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