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being. That is, they were animals, and the evidence that some researchers take for their culture was only a practice with a functional purpose. However, Young-Earth creationists argue that Neanderthals had significant cultural progress and were a complex social structure. In turn, their extinction was caused by the destruction of the Tower of Babel, which eliminated their cultural heritage and put them at a disadvantage. Conclusion In this regard, the features of the Neanderthals culture and their characteristic way of life show that they were modern humans, and their extinction was conditioned by geographical distribution corresponding to the Old Testament. Anatomical features of the skeleton structure also show that the differences between Neanderthal and Homo sapiens are explained by the peculiarities of nutrition, climate, and the presence of probable diseases, which, in turn, does not demonstrate the difference in mental development. These people possessed their own unique culture and ability to express themselves creatively, so they correspond to the characteristics that God laid down in the created human. Bibliography 6 Stringer, Chris. 2016. "The Origin and Evolution of Homo Sapiens". Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 (1698): 20150237. doi:10.1098/rstb.2015.0237.
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5 Habermehl, Anne. 2010. "Those Enigmatic Neanderthals: What Are They Saying? Are We Listening?". Answers Research Journal 3 , 1-21. . "Homo Neanderthalensis". 2018. The Smithsonian Institution's Human Origins Program . . Humangenesis. 2016. "The Art of the Neandertal". Human Genesis . . Oard, Michael. 2003. "Neandertal Man - The Changing Picture". Creation Ministries International . . Stringer, Chris. 2016. "The Origin and Evolution of Homo Sapiens". Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 (1698): 20150237. doi:10.1098/rstb.2015.0237.
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