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Physical Characteristics l Neanderthal man had a modern size brain with a bony eye ridge, and no chin.
Shelter l Neanderthal man lived in caves in the Winter and huts in the Spring, Summer, and Fall.
Technology l Neanderthal man made many tools that they used to hunt with and improve their skills with fire. l Neanderthal man was the first early man to sew clothes.
Food Sources l Neanderthal man hunted Wooly Mammoth, Cave Lions, and Cave Bears. They also ate fruits, berries, and nuts.
Language l Neanderthal Man used language to communicate, warn others of predators, and teach the young. l Neanderthal Man said simple sentences.
Religion and Customs l Neanderthal Man believed in spirits and thought when you die you have an after life. l Neanderthal Man cared for others and buried their dead at special ceremonies.
Social Structure l Neanderthal man was between 5 to 55 feet tall. Their brain was a little bit larger than modern man. They also had a bony eye ridge.
Clothing l Neanderthal Man sewed their own clothes and wore animal claws, and teeth for jewelry. Their jewelry consisted of bracelets and necklaces.
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