Neanderthals Ate Seafood Including Sharks And Dolphins

New evidence suggests Neanderthals consumed a diverse diet that included sealife like seals, mussels, crabs, and fish, contradicting previous theories that eating protein-rich marine resources was unique to early humans and contributed to their increased brain development. What do you think?

“More evidence that Neanderthals lived underwater.”

Solomon Kurtis • Agricultural Pedicurist

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“That explains the lobster bibs in the cave paintings.”

Phil Slatterly • Wool Degreaser

“This completely upends everything I’ve skimmed on museum placards.”

Nina McLin • Balloon Retailer

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