UC Davis research finds Neandertals, not Modern Humans, Made First Specialized Bone Tools in EuropeBreaking News
...The bone fragment, from a French archaeological site, turned out to be a part of an early specialized bone tool used by a Neandertal before the first modern humans appeared in Europe.
"At the time, I had no idea about the impact of my discovery," said Martisius, who is now pursuing her doctoral degree in anthropology at UC Davis...
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