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File:Neanderthal excavation site.JPG


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51° 13′ 39.00″ N, 6° 56′ 44.00″ E

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English: This is the site where the Neanderthal type specimen (though not the first find) was excavated by miners in the 19th century. It is located east of Erkrath, Germany, and is maintained by the nearby Neanderthal Museum.
Date 6 April 2008
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Author Notjake13
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