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A site on Jersey, a British owned island off the coast of Normandy. Thought to be lost through excavation 100 years ago, it was found to be preserved in 2013. Neanderthals were shown to have come here often from 180 to 40 TYA. Routes could be taken to it over the English Channel during glacial pariods and during warm periods it would be a high point visible off the coast of France. Studies were made to determine where they had been traveling from.

La Cotte de St Brelade Web PagesEdit

SpeciesEdit

  • Order Primates (Primates) - Mammals with long arms.
    • Family Homonidae (Homonids)
      • Genus Homo (Homo) - The human genus.
        • Species Neanderthal (Neanderthals) - The closest known extinct species to humans.

La Cotte de St Brelade In the NewsEdit

Archaeologists rediscover the lost home of the last Neanderthals (2013)Edit

Site that was thought to be lost recovered.
See also Neanderthals, La Cotte de St Brelade

Jersey was a must-see tourist destination for Neanderthals for over 100,000 Years (2016)Edit

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