Gorham's cave paintings may have been the work of Neanderthals
Gorham's cave paintings may have been the work of Neanderthals

Zee Media Bureau/Shruti Saxena

New Delhi: Crude paintings found inside Gorham's cave in Gibraltar is a major contribution in making scientists believe that Neanderthals had great artistic expression.

Early Arctic inhabitants lived without sex, says study

 As the scientific community dwells over the possibility that Neanderthals had sex with humans, an Indian-origin researcher has found that the earliest Arctic inhabitants lived in complete sexual isolation from their neighbours for almost 4,000 years.

Modern humans, Neanderthals co-existed for up to 5000 years

A new study has suggested that modern humans and Neanderthals lived side-by-side for up to 5,000 years after the researchers collected more than 400 samples from the most important sites in Europe.

Ancient pigeon bones reveal secrets of Neanderthals` bird diet

Neanderthals may have caught, butchered and cooked pigeons long before modern humans became regular consumers of bird meat, a new study has revealed.

Human ancestors had Neanderthal like `inner ear`

In a re-examination of a 100,000-year-old early human skull, researchers have found the surprising presence of an inner-ear formation long thought to occur only in Neanderthals.

Neanderthals ate vegetables too!

Researchers have claimed that Neanderthal diet while heavy on meat, also included plant tissues, such as tubers and nuts.

`Neanderthals evolved in a piecemeal fashion`

In a significant discovery, a "pit of bones" found at a possible burial site in northern Spain has offered a rare glimpse into the early evolution of the Neanderthals.

`Dimwitted` Neanderthals were not inferior to modern humans

Researchers have suggested that the widely held opinion that Neanderthals were dimwitted may not hold true.

Neanderthals carried more copies of potentially detrimental mutations

Scientists have revealed that Neanderthals carried more copies of mutations that would alter the amino acid makeup of proteins than modern humans possess, which suggests that their populations across Eurasia were likely small and isolated.

Why Neanderthals never had brain disorders

In a significant discovery, scientists have found why modern humans develop brain disorders like autism or schizophrenia but our ancestor Neanderthals did not.

Neanderthals and early humans did not meet on the Iberian Peninsula

Scientists have said that a research that they are taking part in has revealed that Neanderthals and Cro-magnons did not meet on the Iberian Peninsula.

Neanderthals from Western Europe almost became extinct before modern humans set in

A new study of mitochondrial DNA sequences suggests that Western Europe may have undergone a population crisis during a cold stretch of the Neanderthal era.

Research shows Neanderthals` traits found in human genes

A new study suggests that DNA fossils hidden in modern human genome that help determine most people`s skin and hair, were picked up from Neanderthals through mating.

Diabetes risk gene may have been inherited from Neanderthals

Researchers have found a new genetic clue that increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes in Latin Americans.

Discovery of hyoid bone in Neanderthals’ suggest they could speak like humans

A new study conducted on Neanderthal fossil unearthed in 1989 suggest that they had ability to speak like humans.

Neanderthals buried their dead: Study

A team of archaeologists have concluded that Neanderthals, forerunners to modern humans, buried their dead.

Oldest human DNA discovery in Spain scrambles evolution theory

Researchers have been able to determine an almost complete mitochondrial genome sequence of a 400,000-year-old hominin from Sima de los Huesos, a unique cave site in Northern Spain.

Neanderthals, like humans, may have organized their living spaces

Researchers have found that Neanderthals used to organize their living spaces in ways that were familiar to modern humans, a discovery that once again shows similarities between the close cousins.

Scientists discover early relative of man

Scientists have discovered a previously unknown human relative, with whom ancient man must have had sex with.

Humans may have inherited immunity from Neanderthals

A research group at Bonn University and international collaborators have discovered an "immune gene" in Neanderthals.

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