New thought dating
If I post it on Instagram, people will totally think we're dating. Hmmm, wonder what they look like with their shirt off.
We identified one bone that is Neanderthal, based on its mitochondrial DNA, and dated it directly to 46,200 ± 1,500 B. We also attempted to date six early Upper Paleolithic bone points from stratigraphic units G1, Fd/d G1 and Fd/d, Fd. These dates suggest a co-occurrence of early Upper Paleolithic osseous artifacts, particularly split-based points, alongside the remains of Neanderthals is a result of postdepositional mixing, rather than an association between the two groups, although more work is required to show this definitively.
Or take them back to their first kiss in fifth grade.25. It was kind of hard to tell what they had going on under there.
Hope that Lip Smackers I found in the bottom of my old purse didn't totally turn them off.24. Just realized they haven't texted me back in two hours.28. Was it weird that I called them by their last name? Still trying to navigate whether or not they like pet names and nicknames.30.
The Neanderthal remains were originally found in the cave approximately 40 years ago and have been tested for age several times.
They have also been the subject of much speculation, as it was thought that the remains represented the last of the Neanderthals in that part of Europe and that they existed for a short period of time in close proximity to modern humans.
The researchers also studied other artifacts from the cave, including other animal bones, and found that the artifacts were a mixed bag, representing a timeline of thousands of years. This has led the team to conclude that the reason more modern artifacts were found with older artifacts is because of bears mixing them up.