Archaeologists Find Remains of Neanderthals Estimated to Be About 100,000 Years Old

May 10, 2021

When archaeologists began digging in Italy's Guattari Cave, they had no idea that the same place where a Neanderthal skull was discovered in 1939 would also contain remains that could teach them about the environment under which life in Italy began. "This is an extraordinary discovery, one that will be talked about all over the world because it enriches research into Neanderthal man,” said Italian Culture Minister Dario Franceschini. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.

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