Neanderthals vs Human Beings: Neanderthals Living Near the Rock of Gibraltar Near the Point of Extinction, the Territories Neanderthals Resided Within at the Peak of Their Population, Neanderthals Forced into the Warmest Regions of Europe, the Neanderthal Diet, the Reason Foraging for Food Resources was More Abundant 120,000 Years Ago, Neanderthals Consuming Seafood, Neanderthals Able to View the African Continent From the Rock of Gibraltar, the View Most Anthropologists Hold of How Human Beings Migrated From the Middle East into Europe, the Possibility of Human Beings and Neanderthals Interacting Near the Site of the Rock of Gibraltar, the Period When Neanderthals Stopped Inhabiting the Rock of Gibraltar, Neanderthals Able to Survive Long Lasting Injury, Evidence of Care and Medicine Within Neanderthal Culture, the Period When Neanderthals Began to Fall into Decline, the Location the Shanidar 3 Neanderthal Skeleton Was Discovered, the Only Neanderthal Skeleton Permanently Based Within the U.S., Shanidar 3’s Cause of Death, the Reason Shanidar 3’s Cause of Death is Understood, the Mythology of Prehistoric Civilizations and Hominoids Using Clubs as Weaponry, the Argument of Clubs Being Present as Weapons But Deteriorating Rapidly, Neanderthal Spear vs Human Being Spear, the Distance at Which Neanderthal Spears Were Utilized, the Reason Neanderthal Spears Dealt More Damage Than Darted Spears, the Capability of Neanderthal Spears, the Weaponry Used to Kill Shanidar 3, the Possibility of Shanidar 3 Being Killed by a Human Being, Evidence of Shanidar 3 Being Struck by a Ballistic Long Range Weapon, the Number of Neanderthals Alive During the Same Period, the Reason Neanderthal Communities Were Vulnerable to Environmental Changes, the Correlation Between Drought and Neanderthal Extinction, the Gibraltar Fossil Record Indicating That Neanderthals Were Intelligent With Technology, the Max Planck Society Reconstructing the Entire Neanderthal Genome, the Period When Human Beings and Neanderthals Crossed Paths, Neanderthal and Human Being Deoxyribonucleic Acid Mixing to Create Hybrid Offspring, Neanderthal Deoxyribonucleic Acid Within Most Human Beings During the Modern Day, the Rise of the Neanderthal Species, the Period When Human Beings Left Africa, the Value of Neanderthal Deoxyribonucleic Acid Most Human Beings Carry During the Modern Day, the Only Human Beings Who Do Not Possess Neanderthal Deoxyribonucleic Acid, the Possibility of 70% of the Neanderthal Genome Residing Within Human Beings, Neanderthal Deoxyribonucleic Acid Linked to Modern Day Health Problems, the Neanderthal SLC16A11 Gene Increasing the Chance of Diabetes, Systems of the Human Body Impacted by Neanderthal Deoxyribonucleic Acid, the Period When Human Beings and Neanderthals Diverged, Human Beings Undergoing Rapid Evolution After the Separation From Neanderthals, the Negative Ramifications to Human Health Due to This Rapid Evolution, Evidence of Neanderthals Using Their Teeth to Hold Objects While Working, Neanderthal Childhood Being Relatively Short, the Reason Teeth Provide Evidence of Growth Patterns, Neanderthal Children Maturing More Rapidly Than Human Being Children, the Reason a Rapid Onset of Puberty Was Beneficial for Neanderthals, the Lack of Evidence of Neanderthals Reaching Islands Off the Mainland, and the Length of Time Before Human Beings Reached All Points of the Earth

At the most southern point of Europe in the Mediterranean, the Rock of Gibraltar (pronounced “jeh-bral-tar”) harbors evidence as one of the last places Neanderthals survived. At their peak, Neanderthals spread across Western Europe, across to Western Asia. 45,000 years ago, as the ice ages grew colder, European Neanderthals were squeezed into the warmest regions of Europe. 2 different species of dolphin and various tuna with cut marks upon their bones have been excavated from the Rock of Gibralt...

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