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New Evidence Suggests Neanderthals Were Capable Of Starting Fires

New Evidence Suggests Neanderthals Were Capable Of Starting Fires

Neanderthals were regular users of fire, but archaeologists aren’t certain if these extinct hominins were capable of starting their own fires or if they sourced their flames from natural sources. New geochemical evidence suggests Neanderthals did in fact possess the cultural capacity to spark their own Paleolithic barbecues.