Monday, 8 June 2015

What rabbits can tell us about Neanderthal extinction

June 8, 2015
Bournemouth University
When thinking about the extinction of Neanderthals some 30,000 years ago, rabbits may not be the first thing that spring to mind. But the way rabbits were hunted and eaten by Neanderthals and modern humans -- or not, as the case may be -- may offer vital clues as to why one species died out while the other flourished.
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