Feb 5, 2013
New Dating Methods Put Neanderthal Extinction...
Image Caption: The last Neanderthals had passed by southern Iberia quite earlier than previously thought, approximately 45,000 years ago and not 30,000 years ago as it has been estimated until recently.
Neanderthals 'unlikely to have interbred with human ancestors'
Theory that human sub-species co-existed in Europe is cast into doubt as fossil bones are revealed to be far older than thought A model of a Neanderthal man from a museum in Mettmann, Germany.
Foundry Mgmt. & Technology
November 2012 Issue Foundry Magazine
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Astonished traffic cops nicked a British trucker in Germany when they spotted his tyres were more than 22 years old.
National Public Radio
Giving Neanderthals Some Respect
What if we still stood side-by-side? Former German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck poses next to a Neanderthal model at the Neanderthal Museum in Mettmann, Germany, in 2007.