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theconversation.com/the-daily-life-of-a-neanderthal-revealed-from-the-gunk-in-their...

The Neanderthal diet and lifestyle. We examined two Neanderthals from El Sidron cave, Spain, and a Neanderthal from Spy cave in Belgium. We found drastic differences in their diet that correlated ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neanderthal_behavior

Neanderthals obtained protein in their diet from animal sources. Evidence based on isotope studies shows that Neanderthals ate primarily meat. Neanderthals were probably an apex predator, and fed predominantly on deer, namely red deer and reindeer, as they were the most abundant game, but also on ibex, wild boar, aurochs, and less frequently mammoth, straight-tusked elephant and woolly ...

www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/02/150218123427.htm

Neanderthal groups based part of their lifestyle on sexual division of labor Date: ... 2015 — An international research team has shed new light on the diet of some of the earliest recorded ...

www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2017/03/08/519048010/some-neanderthals-were...

While not so good for dental hygiene, these dental plaques are a great resource for scientists interested in understanding more about Neanderthal diet and lifestyle.

australianmuseum.net.au/learn/science/human-evolution/homo-neanderthalensis

Neanderthals co-existed with modern humans for long periods of time before eventually becoming extinct about 28,000 years ago. The unfortunate stereotype of these people as dim-witted and brutish cavemen still lingers in popular ideology but research has revealed a more nuanced picture.

www.businessinsider.com/ancient-neanderthal-teeth-plaque-diet-2017-3

The DNA preserved in prehistoric plaque shows the Neanderthal diet differed drastically by region. While some feasted on wild sheep, others ate moss and nuts.

www.smithsonianmag.com/.../did-neanderthals-die-out-because-paleo-diet-180959066

Did Neanderthals Die Out Because of the Paleo Diet? ... So Neanderthals must have eaten a great deal of protein, which is tough to metabolize and puts heavy demands on the liver and kidneys to ...

simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neanderthal

Neanderthal stone tools are called Mousterian, and are an advance on the Acheulean tools made by earlier species of Man. Homo sapiens stone tools are far more varied still, and suggest that our species relied more on tools than the Neanderthals. Neanderthals were almost exclusively meat eaters although their diet did include cooked vegetables.

www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/new-paleo-staples-neanderthal...

The Neanderthal Diet and Lifestyle . We examined two Neanderthals from El Sidron cave, Spain, and a Neanderthal from Spy cave in Belgium. We found drastic differences in their diet that correlated with changes in their microbiomes. El Sidron, Tunnel of Bones, where 12 Neanderthal specimens dating around 49,000 years ago have been recovered.

www.britannica.com/topic/Neanderthal

Neanderthal, one of a group of archaic humans who emerged at least 200,000 years ago in the Pleistocene Epoch and were replaced or assimilated by early modern human populations (Homo sapiens) 35,000 to perhaps 24,000 years ago. They inhabited Eurasia from the Atlantic through the Mediterranean to Central Asia.