Recent finds at Willendorf in Austria reveal that modern humans were living in cool steppe-like conditions some 43,500 years ago – and that their presence overlapped with that of Neanderthals for far longer than we thought.
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Excavations, Willendorf II. Photo: The Willendorf Project, Philip R. Nigst and Bence Viola.
23 09 '14 12:55
They weren’t wimps
How modern humans, like Neanderthals, braved the northern cold
1. University of Cambridge