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On the ulna, the trochlear notch is facing more anteriorly, the brachialis insertion is lower, the mid-shaft is larger, and the shaft is more sinusoidal. [21] Evidence of infections on Neanderthal skeletons is usually visible in the form of lesions on the bone, which are created by systemic infection on areas closest to the bone. ShanidarI has evidence of the degenerative lesions as does La Ferrassie 1, whose lesions on both femora, tibiae and fibulae are indicative of a systemic infection or carcinoma (malignant tumour/cancer). Tafforeau P, Smith TM (February 2008). "Nondestructive imaging of hominoid dental microstructure using phase contrast X-ray synchrotron microtomography". Journal of Human Evolution. 54 (2): 272–278. doi: 10.1016/j.jhevol.2007.09.018. PMID 18045654.

Rincon P (25 October 2007). "Neanderthals 'were flame-haired' ". BBC News . Retrieved 25 October 2007. The librarian of the Oregon Grotto, which is a bit of a misnomer because it’s focused on southern Washington, is the official keeper of approximately 600 tightly protected cave maps that reveal the secret locations of every documented cave in the region. Because the maps can present a danger to inexperienced hikers and can seem inviting to vandals and litterers when they are made public, members of the grotto commit to keeping locations private. Finlayson C (2004). Neanderthals and modern humans: an ecological and evolutionary perspective. Cambridge University Press. pp. 84. ISBN 978-0-521-82087-5. Froehle AW, Churchill SE (2009). "Energetic Competition Between Neandertals and Anatomically Modern Humans" (PDF). PaleoAnthropology: 96–116 . Retrieved 12 September 2022.

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Macchiarelli R, Bondioli L, Debénath A, Mazurier A, Tournepiche JF, Birch W, Dean MC (December 2006). "How Neanderthal molar teeth grew". Nature. 444 (7120): 748–751. Bibcode: 2006Natur.444..748M. doi: 10.1038/nature05314. PMID 17122777. S2CID 4399439. Lalueza-Fox C, Römpler H, Caramelli D, Stäubert C, Catalano G, Hughes D, etal. (November 2007). "A melanocortin 1 receptor allele suggests varying pigmentation among Neanderthals". Science. 318 (5855): 1453–1455. Bibcode: 2007Sci...318.1453L. doi: 10.1126/science.1147417. PMID 17962522. S2CID 10087710.

That kid had no option but to eat healthy food and to exercise, because that is what she did every day," Lieberman said. "Now we have to teach our children to make choices for which we are not really prepared for from an evolutionary perspective." Arthritis was common in the older Neanderthal population, specifically targeting areas of articulation such as the ankle (ShanidarIII), spine and hips (La Chapelle-aux-Saints 'Old Man'), arms ( La Quina 5, Krapina, Feldhofer) knees, fingers and toes. This is closely related to degenerative joint disease, which can range from normal, use-related degeneration to painful, debilitating restriction of movement and deformity and is seen in varying degree in the Shanidar skeletons (I–IV). In October 2018, scientists announced the 3-D virtual reconstruction, for the first time, of a Neanderthal rib cage, which may help researchers better understand how this ancient human species moved and breathed. [11] [12] Most of us, like the people in the video below, spend our days walking on hard, flat surfaces. If your feet were like ears, they would able to hear only one sound. Pretty soon they’d stop listening, preferring to be deaf. Shoe muffle your perception of the ground even more. Smith TM, Toussaint M, Reid DJ, Olejniczak AJ, Hublin JJ (December 2007). "Rapid dental development in a Middle Paleolithic Belgian Neanderthal". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104 (51): 20220–20225. Bibcode: 2007PNAS..10420220S. doi: 10.1073/pnas.0707051104. PMC 2154412. PMID 18077342.

But cavemen weren't watching their calories; they just didn't have access to the huge quantities of sugar available today. Modern technology allows humans to extract sugar from a wide range of sources — including sugar cane, maple trees, beehives and corn stalks — and ship that sugar around the world in huge quantities and at unprecedented speeds. When comparing traits to worldwide average present day human traits in Neanderthal specimens, the following traits are distinguished. The magnitude of particular trait changed over the 300,000-year timeline of Neanderthal evolution. The large number of classic Neanderthal traits is significant because some examples of paleolithic and even modern Homo sapiens may sometimes show one or even a few of these traits, but not most or all of them at the same time. In February 2019, scientists reported evidence that Neanderthals walked upright much like modern humans. [13] [14] You find something like that and that will reinvigorate you for a whole year,” he said. “You don’t have to find anything else.” Humans lived thousands of years walking barefoot and developing calluses that would protect their feet from twigs and stones, before eventually inventing protective soles that are now called shoes.

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