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Still Waters

Neanderthal 'art' created 40,000 years ago

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Neanderthals, long assumed to be simple, early forms of human beings, whose looks characterise them as brutish creatures, have shown signs of being more considered and creative than the species has previously been given credit for.

In a cave in Gibraltar, where Neanderthal tools have already been discovered, a set of marks thought to be over 39,000 years old have been found scratched into a rock, which could be examples of art.

http://www.independe...ve-9705810.html

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/gibraltar/11070404/Close-up-of-Neanderthal-stone-hashtag-found-in-Gibraltar.html

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They where a lot smarter then people think .they lived for all them years they did something right

That's awesome art.

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