The Clues That Neanderthals Didn’t Know How to Make Fire (Feb 2017), We surmise that during the first stage, our ancestors were able to interact safely with fire; in other words, instead of simply running from it, they had become familiar with how it works.

Remains of a ‘zebra-like horse’ found in a Denisova cave suggest the species was alive for FOUR CENTURIES longer … (Feb 2017), . region of Russia. The cave had been home to Homo sapiens as well as the extinct Neanderthals and Denisovans . Russian archeologist Dr Nikolai Ovodov, who first identified the horse in 2009, said the breed was not domesticated but was hunted . Remains of 'zebra-like' horse found in Siberian caveThe Missouri Injury Blog (blog)

Meteora: Greece’s spectacular monasteries in the sky Feb 20th, 2017 10:54 UTC, The transition from Neanderthal to Homo sapiens is indicated in the layers of soil, and remarkably one of the world's oldest known man-made structures lies at the cave entrance: a wall believed to be 23,000 years old.

The Underrated Genius of Neanderthals (since Jan, 2017), Neanderthals have been the brunt of cruel jokes and the target of scientific and popular discrimination since the discovery of a Neanderthal skull cap in 1856 at Germany's Feldhofer cave.

The power in our genes – Little Atoms (Feb 2017), Little Atoms The second issue I have with it is a more scientific problem, which is as a result of looking at DNA and using DNA,

Deep in Belgian caves, researchers find Neanderthals feasted on horses, reindeer — and each other (many weeks now), The discovery is the first archaeological evidence of cannibalism among Neanderthals in Northern Europe.

Neanderthals used fire in caves: French cave sheds new light on the Neanderthals (months ago), This discovery indicates that humans began occupying caves much earlier than previously thought: until now the oldest formally proven cave use dated back only 38,000 years (Chauvet). It also ranks the Bruniquel structures among the very first in human . Study: Neanderthals occupied caves earlier than thoughtUPI.com The first cavemen lived in France . and 138000 years earlier than we previously thoughtMirror.co.uk .