Neanderthal bones found in Greek cave suggest "thriving" population

04/2/2013 | LiveScience.com

The timing of a collection of Neanderthal fossils discovered in a Greek cave suggest the possibility of early interactions between the species and humans, according to research published in the Journal of Human Evolution. The discovery includes several bones from children and adults dating to between 39,000 and 100,000 years ago and are a "confirmation of a thriving and long-standing Neanderthal population in the region," said paleoanthropologist Katerina Harvati.

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