Portugal cave discovery suggests humans had Neanderthal neighbours

in News · 30-09-2020 10:13:00 · 3 Comments

Ancient stone blades and scrapers unearthed in a Portuguese cave suggest that modern humans arrived in Iberia between 41,000 and 38,000 years ago, at least 5,000 years earlier than thought.

These hunter-gatherers lived less than five kilometres from a cave that seems to have been inhabited until 37,000 years ago by one of the last groups of Neanderthals in Europe, leading investigators to conclude it is possible these groups lived alongside each other for centuries.


Comments:

This only profs that there is no room for any type of religion. The one discovered in Africa was 3.200.000.00 also says that bibles and similar books have no place or real value, they are only fooling people around. Thank you for giving me time.

By F. Fernandes from Lisbon on 02-10-2020 07:55

Still do! Ah ah ah!

By Tony Fernandes from Other on 01-10-2020 09:01

Is it possible to collaborate?

By Pedro Marciano from UK on 01-10-2020 05:57
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