Archaeologists in the Netherlands have found tools made by Neanderthals at a site between 70,000 and 100,000 years old. They found a flint core that the Neanderthals used to create other tools. The discovery allows the researchers to clarify the date of the Neanderthals occupation.
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View of the site where archaeologists found tools of Neanderthals near the village of St. Geertruid, The Netherlands, on Oct. 17.