Neanderthal teeth found in cave in Poland
Published on February 2nd, 2010 | by Admin1
Urbanowski said the teeth were unearthed in the Stajnia Cave, north of the Carpathian Mountains, along with flint tools and the bones of the woolly mammoth and the woolly rhinoceros, both extinct Ice Age species.
The researchers also found a hammer made of reindeer antler and bones of cave bears bearing cut marks, indicating they were eaten by the Neanderthals, Urbanowski said.
“The cave bears were big, dangerous animals and this supports the view the Neanderthals were really efficient hunters,” he said.