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High notes of the singing Neanderthals

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news icon rNeanderthals have been misunderstood. The early humanoids traditionally characterised as ape-like brutes were deeply emotional beings with high-pitched voices. They may even have sung to each other, writes Jonathan Leake.

The new image has emerged from two studies of the vocal apparatus and anatomy of the creatures that occupied Europe between 200,000 and 35,000 years ago.

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Richdog

Ahhh hearing things like this makes me very sad that they became extinct. It seems there was a lot more to the Neanderthal than meets the eye, and it is sad that they may have had a beauty in their culture that we may never know of... and instead are just remembered as crude, almost bestial people. sad.gif

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ROGER
unsure.gif Dose that mean Mickal Jackson is a Neanderthal? He has a nice voice to, ask the kids. tongue.gif

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Richdog

Not funny.

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Kerkido
unsure.gif Dose that mean Mickal Jackson is a Neanderthal? He has a nice voice to, ask the kids. tongue.gif

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He's more Neanderthahl than of your capability to use the spell-check.

Well, speculation maybe- but Neanderthahls interbred with homos apiens?

If that's the case then I definitely know some really talented singers that have a portion of a beautifully choir-sung Neanderthahl.

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