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Science or myth The term caveman, sometimes used colloquially to refer to Neanderthal people, originates out of assumptions about the association between early humans and caves, most clearly demonstrated in cave painting or bench models.

2008 - Neanderthal Male & Female - reconstructions by Elisabeth Daynès

Article about how we see/saw the neanderthals. 2008 - Neanderthal Male & Female - reconstructions by Elisabeth Daynès

Neandertal Reconstruction

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Ms Daynès uses human hair for members of the Homo genus, but mixes in yak hair…

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Homo floresiensis facial reconstruction by Lisa Büscher

Amazing Science: Anthropology Postings

Amazing Science: Anthropology Postings

Meet the ancestors - best ever reconstruction of early humans and Neanderthals

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Latest reconstructions of Homo sapien (L) and Homo sapiens neanderthalensis (R) by the British Museum of Natural History.

This carcass was found by Japanese fishermen in 1977 near New Zealand. It is believed by many to be the carcass of a plesiosaur, which evolutionists claim became extinct some 65 million years ago. Some scientists claim that this was merely the remains of a basking shark.  If the Earth is young as the Bible says, and this animal being a water creature was not destroyed by the great flood, then why would it be impossible to find the remains of a recently deceased plesiosaur.

This carcass was found by Japanese fishermen in 1977 near New Zealand. It is believed by many to be the carcass of a plesiosaur, which evolutionists claim became extinct some 65 million years ago.

Research suggests Neanderthals may have overlapped with modern humans for 2,600 to 5,400 years, opening the door for genetic and cultural exchanges between them. Learn more with Live Science. (Image: Mauro Cutrona)

Humans Did Not Wipe Out the Neanderthals, New Research Suggests

Humans Broke Off Neanderthal Sex After Discovering Eurasia ~ We may have last swapped genes with Neanderthals as recently as years ago.

Australopithecus Africanus, based off a skull discovered in 1947 in Sterkfontein caves, South Africa. 2.1 and 2.7 myo

Paleoartist Brings Human Evolution to Life

A hyper realistic reconstruction of an Australopithecus africanus based on cast of the skull Sterkfontein, South Africa. For Elisabeth Daynès, sculpting ancient humans and their ancestors is both an art and a science

Neanderthal and Denisovan genomes are revealing which regions of archaic hominin DNA have persisted in the modern human genome. A number of these regions are associated with response to infection and immunity, with a suggestion that derived Neanderthal alleles found in modern Europeans and East Asians may be associated with autoimmunity. Hominini

this is a facial reconstruction of a neanderthal based on a model of a skull, by John Gurche. i read an article that they’ve mapped the neanderthal genome, and could theoretically clone one, provided.

Europeans' light skin stems from a gene mutation from a single person who lived 10,000 years ago. - Those who believes the earth is only 6000 years old, can shut the fuck up now!

Irish fair skin can be traced to India and the Middle East. A major new US study at Penn State University has found that Europeans' light skin stems from a gene mutation from a single person who lived years ago.

Last week, researchers announced that they have located at least 19 living descendants of a prehistoric iceman discovered along the Italy-Austria border in 1991. Known as Ötzi the Iceman, he is believed to have lived roughly 5,300 years ago before meeting a violent death. The news of Ötzi’s numerous living descendants is just the latest in a long of discoveries scientists have made regarding the mummy.

Last week, researchers announced that they have located at least 19 living descendants of a prehistoric iceman discovered along the Italy-Austria border in

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