Discoveries in Spanish cave suggest Neanderthals had hot water and bedrooms
Archaeologists in Spain have made a number of
discoveries inside an ancient cave in Catalonia which suggest that Neanderthals
had hot water and separate living quarters around 60,000 years ago. The finding adds to the mounting evidence that
Neanderthals were a lot more sophisticated than previously thought and were at
least as advanced, if not more so, than early Homo sapiens.