Discovery Of Human Nyandertal Fishing Camp In Spain
Spanish archaeologists discovered during drilling operations in Navalamillo cave, that this cave was not permanent settlement, but a significant fishing camp of Neanderthal man.
Spain – The Quaternary Science Reviews indicates that scientists found the cave on a large number of large animal bones hunting for old human.
The Cave is located in Madrid, the largest sites that return to the ancient stone era in the area, with an area of more than 300 square meters, and about 76,000 years. Scientists have already announced that the ancients were making cave stone tools, and they urge the fire regularly, but did not specify why the human presence in the cave.
Archaeologists now have been found on a large number of animal bones and have implications, scientists concluded that Nyandertal’s human being was used as a fishing camp and a temporary base between settlements and fishing areas.
Scientists believe that the ancient fishermen were brought into the animals (wild bulls and deer) that he felt to the cave, to slaughter and dissect for its consumption later.
“We have demonstrated, with high reliability, Neandertal’s human being focused on catching large animals, and then deals in one place and then they move to their settlements to consume. This is very interesting behavior , Because it is unusual behavior. “
The researchers have reached these conclusions from the results of many studies in animal effects and fossil history science studies, which have been addressed using modern statistical methods based on automated learning techniques.