The 76,000-year-old bones were recovered from a Neanderthal hunting camp in Spain.

The bones were recovered from a Neanderthal hunting camp in Navalmaillo Rockshelter, central Spain. These bones were analyzed by researcher Abel Moclan / his colleagues. Statistical analysis of the fossil record suggests that Neanderthals cooked large herds of cattle and deer in rock shelters.

But they took their prey to another place and ate it. Evidence has also been found that they used fire and made stone weapons. A statement from the Spanish National Research Center for Human Evolution / CENIEH said:

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