Neanderthals were on average 6” shorter than human beings, due to their vast musculature caused by androgen hormones within their bodies which may have caused them to be more aggressive than humans. Neanderthals were barrel chested with pectoral muscles twice the size of a human beings chest. While Neanderthals were shorter than humans, their extra muscle mass would mean that a Neanderthal and human being would weigh the same but the Neanderthal would be up to 90% stronger than their human being...
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