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Neanderthals Could Understand and Produce Human Speech

News   Mar 02, 2021 | Original story from Binghamton University

 
Neanderthals Could Understand and Produce Human Speech

3D model and virtual reconstruction of the ear in a modern human (left) and the Amud 1 Neandertal (right). Credit: Mercedes Conde-Valverde

 
 
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