Discovery of Neanderthal tools raises questions about modern humans' arrival in Europe

08/12/2013 | CNN

Evidence that Neanderthals used tools made from bones about 50,000 years ago has raised new questions about when modern humans arrived in Europe. "It opens the possibility that in this case, maybe (modern humans) learned this tool type from Neanderthals," said archaeologist Shannon McPherron, co-author of the study.

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