Neanderthals

Our kissing cousins were close kin.

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In 1856, quarry workers inadvertently shoveled some bones out of a cave and 65 feet down the steep slopes of Neander Valley, Germany. Salvaged by the quarry owner, the fossils would spark the study of human evolution.

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