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(FILES) -- A photo taken on July 2, 2008 in Eyzies-de-Tayac, Dordogne, shows a model representing a Neanderthal man on display at the National Museum of Prehistory. Neanderthal brains were adapted to allow them to see better and maintain larger bodies, according to new research by the University of Oxford and the Natural History Museum, London.   AFP PHOTO PIERRE ANDRIEU        (Photo credit should read PIERRE ANDRIEU/AFP/Getty Images)
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(FILES) -- A photo taken on July 2, 2008 in Eyzies-de-Tayac, Dordogne, shows a model representing a Neanderthal man on display at the National Museum of Prehistory. Neanderthal brains were adapted to allow them to see better and maintain larger bodies, according to new research by the University of Oxford and the Natural History Museum, London.   AFP PHOTO PIERRE ANDRIEU        (Photo credit should read PIERRE ANDRIEU/AFP/Getty Images)

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A group of scientists found evidence that cave paintings in Spain were likely created by Neanderthals at least 64,000 years ago.