Despite common belief, Neanderthals were just as intelligent as today's modern humans.
An international team of university researchers has concluded that a meeting between a Neanderthal and one of the first humans did not take place on the Iberian Peninsula.
Archaeologists have now found new evidence on Neanderthals at Jersey's south eastern coastline. Analysis of the sediments at the site shows that Homo sapiens might have replaced Neanderthals later than previously assumed.
Scientists have recovered a fossil fragment of a human lower jaw from a cave in Serbia.