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Informative. (Ewen Callaway, New Scientist)
A provocative new book. (Sharen Begley, Newsweek)
Clive Finlayson is a noted expert on the Neanderthals and has been researching their final stand in Gibraltar. He is Director of the Gibraltar Museum and Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto, having trained in Oxford as an evolutionary ecologist.
Very interesting take on evolution and the contributing factors of extinction for other human speciesPublished 4 months ago by Mark Burdett
Thoroughly enjoyable and understandable. This was an excellent book.Published 5 months ago by Kolyei
This book is informative, but as research is in progress on this human species, it is worth keeping abreast of latest developments. Still worth reading, though.Published 7 months ago by G. Bois
Fascinating. The story of our ancestors makes us realise that we're here purely by accident and not by the design of any imagined "God". Read morePublished 7 months ago by michael baggott
Again, a title which does not exactly explain why they went extinct?! Too much monkey business - WE DID NOT evolve from apes - we have similar DNA but we are a different species... Read morePublished 12 months ago by A. M. Smithwhite
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The recent finding that there was mating between Homo sapients and Neanderthals, as proven by the retention of some... Read more
Easy reading, a lot of interesting detail, well argued. I was actually expecting a bit more the Neanderthals though - we spend a long time building up to them and then a lot of... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Homosoveticus
I had high expectations, which have gradually diminished. The English is often quite irritating - poor punctuation such that I found myself having to re-read sentences quite often. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mike D