Neanderthals. By Eli, Will, Cole, Faith and Amy. Introduction.
By Eli, Will, Cole, Faith and Amy
Neanderthals hunted deer, mammoth, reindeer, rhinoceroses, and horses. (1)
Scientists discovered skulls and other body parts in most caves, so Neanderthals probably lived in caves.(2)
Neanderthals’ tools were spears, axes, clubs, and stones.(3)
Neanderthals gathered around the fire to keep warm. They used flint and hit rocks together to make the sparks to start a fire. (4)
Neanderthals used their weapons to kill their food. They used spears and clubs.(5)
Some scientists believe that Neanderthals crawled in caves and drew all the events that happened in their life and many animals. Other scientists believe cave paintings were only made by Cro-Magnons. Still other scientists believe that cave paintings were made by a species that was of mixed Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon race. (6)
The Neanderthals made tools, hunted, gathered nuts and berries, made clothing, and made shelters. (7)
Neanderthals lived in most caves and made houses out of branches and twigs from the nearest trees. (8)
Neanderthals were short, hairy, had short limbs, long thighs, large muscles, and they were five feet and two inches, and they weighed 145 pounds. (9)
Neanderthals believed in the power of harsh nights, and the Neanderthals lived 200,000 years ago. (10)
The Neanderthals language was grunts because they didn’t have vocal chords. (11)
Neanderthals wore deer hide and wooly mammoth fur. (12)
1. Ancient Civilizations, Two Penn Plaza, New York, New York 10121: Macmillian/McGraw-Hill, 2007, pp. 78-91.
2.Fiorenzo Facchini,A Day With Neanderthal Man,Brookfield, Connecticut: Alessandro Baldanzi, 2003, pp 18-20.
3. Ancient Civilizations, pp.78-91.
6. Facchini, A Day With Neanderthal Man, pp.20-24.
9. Ancient Civilizations, pp.78-91.
Ancient Civilizations. Macmillan/McGraw Hill,
New York, New York, 2007.
FiorenzoFacchini. A Day With Neanderthal Man. Brookfield, Connecticut, 2003.
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