Lithic tool industries are often the only thing that remains after the original creators have died. Their bodies are covered in many layers of strata and future archaeologists thousands of years later attempt to piece together the daily lives of those people. In the Pleistocene there were multiple tool cultures produced by the hominin species … Continue reading Neanderthal Extinction and Transitional Tool Cultures
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