How Long Ago Did Neanderthals Live?


There is some debate on how long ago Neanderthals lived. Archaeologists have estimated that Neanderthals lived in Europe possibly 600,000 years ago. Neanderthals are believed to have gone extinct or become interbred into another species around 25,000 years ago.
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