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More evidence from various caves and digs has shown that Neanderthals wielded tools and weapons, wore ornaments, had cultural and religious rites, ceremoniously burying their dead.
Science thought it had the conclusive evidence it badly needed showing the missing stage between ape and man Over one hundred years after first being found was re-examined in 1957 and it was now determined that Neanderthals walked upright and that the stooped posture suggested by Boules skeleton was created by arthritis.
As they lived alongside humans it is reasonable to conclude they spoke the same language or if not learned to speak it becoming bi-lingual.
is made out of the leg bone of a young bear still retaining its four finger holes.
Apart from being considered the oldest musical instrument in the world, this flutes greatest significance lies in its association with The Neanderthal race could have composed music, sung to it and possibly danced to it no differently than humans today.
The ability to create music on a multiple note instrument reveals evidence of imagination and abstract thought.
Out of date TV documentaries go on Neanderthals were physically very strong and unquestionably tough, a physically impressive race.