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Early Man Hand Axe

Species: Homo Neanderthalensis

Age: 300,000 - 30,000 Years Old

Period: Middle Paleolithic

Discovered: Morocco, Africa


** Homo Neanderthalensis **

Homo neanderthalensis is now an extinct species or subspecies within the genus Homo and closely related to modern humans. They are known from fossil specimens dating to the Pleistocene period and found in Europe and parts of western and central Asia. The term 'Neanderthal' comes from the modern spelling of the Neander Valley in Germany where the species was first discovered, in the Feldhofer Cave.

Early Man Hand Axe - Homo Neanderthalensis

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