Scientists have created a lifelike reconstruction of a Neanderthal woman’s face based on the fragile remains of her skull, found in Shanidar Cave in Iraqi Kurdistan.

Despite the skull being severely flattened and shattered, experts managed to piece it back together and create a 3D model.

This breakthrough sheds light on the appearance of our ancient human relatives who lived approximately 75,000 years ago.

The reconstructed face is featured in a new documentary called “Secrets of the Neanderthals,” which explores the mysteries surrounding these extinct cousins of modern humans.

The discovery offers a glimpse into the lives of Neanderthals, challenging previous perceptions of their intelligence and sophistication.

Credit : BBC

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