Homo sapiens neanderthalensis (neanderthal man), Biology

Homo sapiens neanderthalensis (NEANDERTHAL MAN) -

  1. Fossil discovered by C. Fuhlrott (1856) from Neander htat valley of Germany.
  2. This resembled modem man, cranial capacity 1400-1450 C.c.
  3. Made beautiful tools for hunting, used animal hides as clothing built hut like structures, lived social life, division oflabour, buried their dead.
  4. Probably had ability of speech. They were omnivores.
  5. There were no agricultural practices.
  6. The skull bones were thick, forehead was low.
  7. Eyebrow ridges were heavy. Height 150 cm.
  8. Social life, division of labour and buried their dead.
  9. They were Omnivorous.
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