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175,000-Year-Old Stone Circles Built By Neanderthals Have Been Found In French Cave

Geo Beats
Geo Beats
Modern humans often regard Neanderthals as dim-witted, sluggish sorts, but, once again, evidence to the contrary has emerged.

Modern humans often regard Neanderthals as dim-witted sorts, but, once again, evidence to the contrary has emerged. 
It turns out they were likely behind the building of a number of accomplished yet perplexing stone circles found inside France’s Bruniquel Cave decades ago, reports The Atlantic. 
A recently published study about the site reveals those structures date back about 175,000 years. 
That places their making firmly in the time of the Neanderthal, notes Nati

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