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Neanderthals at Mealtime: Pass the Meat

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  • Kim Noyes
    * On the menu at your Neanderthal McDonalds . . .* Neanderthals at Mealtime: Pass the Meat Discovery News, April 23, 2008 Neanderthals living in southwestern
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      On the menu at your Neanderthal McDonalds . . .*

      Neanderthals at Mealtime: Pass the Meat
      Discovery News, April 23, 2008

      Neanderthals living in southwestern France 55,000 to 40,000 years ago
      mostly ate red meat from extinct ancestors of modern bison, cattle and
      horses, according to a new study on a large, worn Neanderthal tooth. The
      extinct hominids were not above eating every edible bit of an animal,
      since they were dining for survival, explained Teresa Steele, one of the
      study's co-authors. While a steak dinner "is probably the closest modern
      comparison," Steele said, "remember too that they were consuming all
      parts of the animals, definitely the bone marrow and probably also the
      organs, not just the 'prime cuts.'"

      http://dsc.discovery.com/news/2008/04/23/neanderthal-meal.html




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