Neanderthal Silhouette

this was taken at the original place of the first findings of the neanderthal men...

to be found at: www.neanderthal.de

the red/white poles in the background mark the place where the bones were found

  • Feather Saturnfly 9y

    i see a face.
  • Erich Ferdinand 9y

    ...and an elbow, obviously.
    btw, - do you have any german ancestors?
    :D
  • Feather Saturnfly 9y

    we are not very germanexcept for the english blood (anglo saxon)
    ... irish, scotttish and a soupcon of french.
    we have been in north america since the early 1600's.
    but who knows what sort of cross-breeding went on
    in old europe when they were all invading one another's turf.
  • Erich Ferdinand 9y

    that's a good point! I wish more cross-breeding would have taken place, so the goddarned racism would stop. or would it?
    they'd probably find something else to discriminate each other, bloody human race...
    (I was just asking because I somehow felt you had an almost self-ironic approach against goodold Germany)
  • wutzi 9y

    ein neandertalerförmiges loch im universum...
  • Lori Hale Williams 9y

    great shot!
    would you like to add it to the Pictures Through Holes group?
  • Erich Ferdinand 9y

    done!
  • Bim Bom 9y

    Excellent contribution to "Museum World"! Thank you!
  • dmarsh451 9y

    congratulations--please post this here
    www.flickr.com/groups/brunhilde/
    you have an extra delete.
  • Erich Ferdinand 9y

    I knew he survived somewhere...
  • Matt Brooker 9y

    Fantastic - please odd this to the Keyholes group.
  • Erich Ferdinand 9y

    why not...
  • JerseyFloridaGirl75 9y

    interesting shot
  • rjp 4y

    Wow, Neanderthals had funny shaped (and huge) penises, eh?
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