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Neanderthal Man. Maybe the earliest men lived in the trees? Robert Louis

Neanderthal Man. Maybe the earliest men lived in the trees? Robert Louis


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Neanderthal Man. Maybe the earliest men lived in the trees? Robert Louis

Maybe the earliest men lived in the trees? Robert Louis Stevenson thought so - this is how he imagined our Neanderthal ancestors

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Earliest Imagined Lived Neanderthal Stevenson Thought


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