Neanderthals made these different types of implements, for both "military" and domestic use, it provides evidence of their ability to plan, think and scheme. Fossil remains indicate Neanderthal voice boxes containing the vocal cords were capable of making the same sounds as modern humans.
As they lived alongside humans it is reasonable to conclude they spoke the same language or if not learned to speak it becoming bi-lingual.
Yet today study books continue to be full of illustrations of Neanderthals as subhuman ape-men.
Out of date TV documentaries go on Neanderthals were physically very strong and unquestionably tough, a physically impressive race.
lack the predominant chin of humans and a last set of molars.
During Super Bowl 51, the world saw a BBQ sauce stain on Terry Bradshaw's shirt.
It felt like live TV, but it was really the first part of an elaborate advertising program.
Science thought it had the conclusive evidence it badly needed showing the missing stage between ape and man Over one hundred years after first being found was re-examined in 1957 and it was now determined that Neanderthals walked upright and that the stooped posture suggested by Boules skeleton was created by arthritis.
More evidence from various caves and digs has shown that Neanderthals wielded tools and weapons, wore ornaments, had cultural and religious rites, ceremoniously burying their dead.