Neanderthals' inability to hunt small game may have helped demise

03/4/2013 | New Scientist

Excavations are shedding light on what might have been a significant factor in the demise of the Neanderthal: the inability to hunt small game. The remains of large animals are prevalent in Neanderthal cave excavations, but the bones of smaller animals such as rabbits were prevalent among early humans.

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