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Homo neanderthalensis skull

Homo neanderthalensis skull Lower Palaeolithic Hominidae La Chapelle-aux-Saints, France SCULPT MODELS RESTORATION RECONSTRUCTIONS CAST CASTS COPYING REPLICAS RECONSTRUCTION RESTORATIONS DUPLICATIONS REPRODUCTION COPYING DUPLICATION REPRODUCTION

Category:Man & Apes
Taxonomy:Hominidae
Age:Lower Palaeolithic
Locality:La Chapelle-aux-Saints, France
Length:0.2 meters

Description

Homo neanderthalensis is characterized by having a large cranial capacity, solid and robust body structure, small forehead, prognathism, maxillary and outgoing ciliary arches very pronounced. Emerged at least 150,000 years in the Lower Palaeolithic and suddenly became extinct about 25,000 years ago. This is a male head of Upper Pleistocene (50,000 years) discovered on August 3, 1908 by Amadeo and Jean Bouyssonie and Josef Bonneval La Chapelle-aux-Saints, France.


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Homo neanderthalensis skull
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