Neanderthals ate their greens

Analysis of 60,000 – 45,000 year old coprolites provides insight into Neanderthal diet

Neanderthal dietary reconstructions have, to date, been based on archaeological evidence, stable isotope data and studies of dental calculus. These suggest that they were predominantly meat eaters, although plant foods made a contribution to their diet. Hitherto, there has been no direct evidence for an omnivorous diet.
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