Neanderthal footprints and social structure
Excavation of a footprint layer on the archeological site from Le Rozel. Image courtesy of Dominique Cliquet
One of the Neandertal footprints discovered at Le Rozel. Image courtesy of Dominique Cliquet
Article Source: Adapted from the subject PNAS news release
*“The composition of a Neandertal social group revealed by the hominin footprints at Le Rozel (Normandy, France),” by Jérémy Duveau, Gilles Berillon, Christine Verna, Gilles Laisné, and Dominique Cliquet, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
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