Neanderthals Got Their Big Brains On Their Own

Anthropologists working in a Spanish cave have discovered 17 skulls belonging to what appears to be an early form of Neanderthal. Surprisingly, these hominids had a relatively small brain case — which means Neanderthals evolved their big brains independent of our common ancestor. » 6/20/14 8:30am 6/20/14 8:30am