This industry is characterized by the many tool types found, including spear points, stone lances and wooden spears with fire hardened points.Neanderthals made these different types of implements, for both "military" and domestic use, it provides evidence of their ability to plan, think and scheme. Fossil remains indicate Neanderthal voice boxes containing the vocal cords were capable of making the same sounds as modern humans.More evidence from various caves and digs has shown that Neanderthals wielded tools and weapons, wore ornaments, had cultural and religious rites, ceremoniously burying their dead.

Out of date TV documentaries go on Neanderthals were physically very strong and unquestionably tough, a physically impressive race.

Males averaged about 1m 75 cm; females 1m 60 cm, Neanderthals were considerably stronger and tougher. The fossils indicate they were substantially more muscled including the children.

The average Neanderthal brain measured 1,500 milliliters in volume compared to less than 1,400 milliliters for humans current world-wide average.

This brain size allowed for large cerebral hemispheres. Yet they left almost no permanent record of their presumed intelligence or culture.

Apart from being considered the oldest musical instrument in the world, this flutes greatest significance lies in its association with The Neanderthal race could have composed music, sung to it and possibly danced to it no differently than humans today.

The ability to create music on a multiple note instrument reveals evidence of imagination and abstract thought.

In a cave in Iraq, archaeologists uncovered skeletons of a man, two women and an infant buried together in soil containing pollen of flowers.

The flowers, being set there by survivors, strongly suggests that .

Through examining the attachment points at which muscle binds to their bones it has been illustrated that their calves and biceps were extremely well developed as well as their pectoral chest and back muscles.