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NEANDERTHALS WERE ANCIENT MARINERS. “Neanderthals may have beaten modern humans to the seas. Growin…

NEANDERTHALS WERE ANCIENT MARINERS. “Neanderthals may have beaten modern humans to the seas. Growing evidence suggests our extinct cousins criss-crossed the Mediterranean in boats from 100,000 years ago – though not everyone is convinced they weren’t just good swimmers.... Ferentinos thinks Neanderthals had a seafaring culture for tens of thousands of years. [...]
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Dying Young Didn't Wipe Out Neanderthals

Academics / Archaeology : Archaeology in Europe (4 years ago)

Early humans had the same life expectancy as their ancient cousins before Neanderthals died off about 30,000 years ago. Dying young was not likely the reason Neanderthals went extinct, said a study out Monday that suggests early mod... Read Post

And still more controversy!

Academics / Archaeology : ArchaeoBlog (3 years ago)

Neanderthals were ancient mariners Ferentinos thinks Neanderthals had a seafaring culture for tens of thousands of years. Modern humans are thought to have taken to the seas just 50,000 years ago, on crossing to Australia. The journ... Read Post

Neanderthals were sailing the Mediterranean 100,000 years ago [Archaeology]

Genres / Sci Fi : io9 (3 years ago)

Humans likely first took to the seas about 50,000 years ago. But there's mounting evidence that our Neanderthal cousins were routinely sailing throughout the Mediterranean twice as long ago. Alternatively, they were just really good... Read Post


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