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In popular culture, the term Neanderthal is used as a colloquial insult for a degenerate or someone perceived as stupid. This seems to have been the case even from the first recognition of the Neanderthals as a species. The first Neanderthal fossil discovery was that of a childs skull in
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Published December 12th 2018 by Charles River Editors
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Mar 23, 2020 rated it it was amazing
You don't have to feel obligated to believe that apes are your distant relatives lost somewhere in the missing link because it is one of many theories based on educated guesses anyway.  In fact, few species in the natural world are more indubitably wonderful and incredibly mysterious than mankind that Shakespeare swiveled his head in wonderment and uttered, What a piece of work man is!  Accordingly, the origin of races has always piqued the curious, fanning the fiery imaginations of the human ...more
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Dec 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Very revealing!

Many people have a theory about evolution, however different regions and different discoveries have their own theories. Every finding comes with a theory that cannot be verified but can be interpreted by the tinder. History is difficult.
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