If they hadn't become extinct due to an asteroid impact, dinosaurs would have met their demise anyway, due to climate change. Did global warming also wipe out the Neanderthals?
In LiveScience.com, Dave Mosher reports that researchers studying one of the last Neanderthal strongholds in Spain and Portugal think that climate change may have been part of the reason the Neanderthals disappeared. He quotes Jim
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