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Neanderthal Man. An illustration of Neanderthal man 500


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Neanderthal Man. An illustration of Neanderthal man 500

An illustration of Neanderthal man 500, 000 years ago based on a skeleton found at La Chapelle-aux-Saints in 1908. It had been proven since then that man was by no means in the gorilla stage and was very modern in type 500, 000 years ago

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27th Based Chapelle Found Gorilla Means Neanderthal Saints Skeleton Years Proven


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This print showcases an illustration of the Neanderthal Man, dating back 500, 000 years ago. Based on a skeleton discovered at La Chapelle-aux-Saints in 1908, this image challenges the prevailing belief that our ancestors were in a primitive gorilla-like stage during this time period. Instead, it provides evidence that these early humans were remarkably modern in their physical characteristics. The historical significance of this illustration cannot be overstated. It revolutionizes our understanding of human evolution and sheds light on the complexity and sophistication of our ancient predecessors. By debunking misconceptions about Neanderthals being less advanced than we previously thought, it highlights their importance as an integral part of our shared history. With its meticulous attention to detail and scientific accuracy, this artwork serves as a powerful reminder of how far we have come as a species. It invites us to contemplate the remarkable journey that has led us to where we are today. As we gaze upon this fascinating depiction, let us appreciate the import it holds for humanity's collective narrative. This photograph is not just a mere snapshot; it represents a pivotal moment in history when our understanding of ourselves took another giant leap forward.

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