Comparing Neanderthal brains with the average human brain is providing new clues as to what caused the rise of humans and fall of Neanderthals. Photo: Handout

Neanderthal ancestors died out because of the shape of their brains, not necessarily the size, according to latest research

Scientists suggest that different ways of processing information may have helped humans outcompete their hominid cousins

Topic |   Archaeology

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Comparing Neanderthal brains with the average human brain is providing new clues as to what caused the rise of humans and fall of Neanderthals. Photo: Handout
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