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An interview with Clive Finlayson about Neandertal lifeways

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John Hawks and Clive Finlayson inside a cave
John Hawks and Clive Finlayson inside Gorham's Cave, Gibraltar

This is a part of the course, Human Evolution: Past and Future, which I presented in 2014.

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I'm a paleoanthropologist exploring the world of ancient humans and our fossil relatives.


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