Paleoanthropology Today: Neanderthals' Livelihoods

Clark Howell (1952) argues that the conditions of the periglacial areas had a marked effect on the morphology and morphology of the Neanderthals. distribution of Neanderthals. In the summer months they left the protected places to hunt. A migration took them from Italy and the North Adriatic to the corridor of Central Europe.

Brose and Wolpoff, 1971: very wide nostril, with different ciliary mucosa and very voluminous sinus cavity to warm and moisten the air. Hein (1997) disagrees, noting that there are Neanderthals in hot and humid climates. Trinkaus (1981) agrees that the shape of the bones of the lower extremities expresses an adaptation to a cold climate, but remember that this trait can also be interpreted for biomechanical reasons (force at the expense of race speed). Neanderthals show a great wear of their incisors and canines due perhaps to their use as adjuvant or 'third hand' in numerous tasks, such as the preparation of skins or the cutting of pieces of meat that they held with their mouths, especially those that inhabited open habitats (

Types of chickens
They are very fertile, because of the great development of their reproductive system and they also have very little muscle mass. Their egg production is smaller than those specialized only in this and their growth is slower than the breeds used for meat.