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Why were the fossilised remains of an extinct race, discovered in 1856, called "Neanderthal man"?

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Why were the fossilised remains of an extinct race, discovered in 1856, called "Neanderthal man"?
posted Jan 22 by Maninder Bath

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They were found in the Neander Valley
Neanderthal is in Germany. Similar remains had been found earlier in Belgium and Gibraltar, but were not identified as such until considerably later.

answer Jan 23 by Anuradha Tabyal
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