Anthropologists came to the conclusion that Neanderthals were broken and nicked the bones of his allies after death. The researchers hope that it says or some ritual or cannibalism the ancient inhabitants of our planet.
Anthropologists have studied the Neanderthal remains found in the French region of Poitou-Charentes. Having considered the bones of 2 adults and 1 kid, they concluded that the ancient people had broken in and nicked the bone his allies soon after the death, according to Daijiworld.
The remains of ancient people have been discovered by the nearby town of marillac both. "Some groups of Neanderthals cut or tore the corpses of children and adults in a short time after death with the help of special instruments", - told the head of the group, Maria Dolores of Harald.
While researchers can't say why the Neanderthals did. They imply that the ancient people could do some post-mortem ritual. Or, it's evidence of cannibalism.
In 2013, paleontologists from the Research center CIRHUS in new York noticed evidence that Neanderthals buried their own tribesmen after death. After examining the remains, scientists found that the skeletons of the inhabitants of our planet doesn't have any scratches and damages, which are traditionally left on them predators and scavengers. This discovery allowed us to imagine that our forefathers were more culturally advanced than previously expected.
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