Neanderthals were fearless hunters. Studies have shown that they hunted these giant animals

A new study has found that Neanderthals hunted a species of elephant, which was the largest land mammal of the Pleistocene. Scientists say they fared well when confronted with the giant creatures because they formed larger hunting groups than previously thought.

Homo Neanderthalensis Adult Male Reconstruction — [Artist: John GurchePhotographer: Chip Clark, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons]



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