(1.) AMERICAN NEANDERTHAL. (PerspectivesInAnthropology.blogspot.com)

(1.) AMERICAN NEANDERTHAL. (PerspectivesInAnthropology.blogspot.com)

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NEANDERTHAL SKULL, HUNTING BOW, AND KNIFE FOUND IN DEEP AMERICAN WATERS. On August 25, 2011, about 11:00 a.m. (Pacific Time), while exploring the immense submarine canyons (Figs. 8-10) off Monterey, California, submersible divers from Pacific Shelf Research (PSR), San Diego, made an improbable discovery that has rocked the conventional wisdom on Paleoamericans: to wit, the skull (Fig. 1) and unprecedented artifacts (Figs. 4-7) of a full-blown Neanderthal man. Calculated to be residing on the California coastline circa 50,000 (50K) years Before Present (BP). The startling relics removed from the deep offshore site include a fossilized archery bow (Figs. 5-7). And an artfully crafted flint dagger (Fig. 4), with a curious Venus of Willendorf-like handle. Which PSR has unofficially dubbed the, "Venus of Monterey". (The complete article describing the Monterey Canyon Neanderthal discovery can be read or downloaded by clicking the image or VIEW box at left.)

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