Neanderthal groups based part of the their lifestyle on the sexual division of labor

Neanderthals divided some of their tasks according to their sex. A study performed by the Spanish National Research Council, which analyzed 99 teeth of 19 individuals from three different sites (El Sidron, in Asturias – Spain, L’Hortus in France, and Spy in Belgium), reveals that the dental grooves in the female fossils follow the same pattern, different to that found in male individuals. The conclusions have been published in the Journal of Human Evolution. —> Read More Here


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