Neanderthals created Europe's oldest 'intentional' engravings up to 75,000 years ago, study suggests

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Neanderthals likely made Europe's oldest engravings in a French cave as long as 75,000 years ago, a study suggests.

Neanderthals created Europe's oldest 'intentional' engravings up to 75,000 years ago, study suggests : Read more
So, sue me for having a theory concerning the relationship of Neanderthals to humans. Any cave markings discovered to be made by Neanderthals were mimicked in conjunction with human influence.
They were decidedly natural in evolutionary origin. This design minus the finished touches took millions of years to develop in a natural state.
Humankind is anything but natural. The observed characteristics determine a species destined for exactly what we witness now. Totally out of step with the environment from the beginning, overcoming and wrestling the world around them.
The Neanderthals copied us, even making spear points and primitive objects in mimicking us, but never going any further.
They were discovered in or by a cave and the last one was found in a cave.
 
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Perhaps the Neanderthals; although "Ugly' were the "Brains" of the Human species ? Unfortunately they got wiped out by the Imbecile Cro-Magnons ! Ha !
Perhaps they were the brains. For 350 thousand years they inhabited central Europe stretching across much of the continent. Though they never in all this time left their cave life, noting their naturally evolved form and living with nature as the actual true state, still I see them as anything but ugly.
Following the time mentioned, they probably appeared rather striking in reality. The young females may have been very cute.
Don't trust the scientists who are Neanderthals themselves sometimes. Afterall, they insist humans evolved naturally though it hasn't been proven no matter the thrust of putting this to rest. It hasn't been proven.
It won't be. In fact, the more that is discovered concerning Neanderthal and others, the more obvious it becomes we had nothing to do with their natural evolution.
The Answer? That's also obvious.