Neanderthals’ Tool Kits
Archaeologists in Spain just found some old tools- 90,000 years old! The wooden tools were used for digging by Neanderthals in the Middle Paleolithic period. Wood usually decomposes, but the tools were preserved in waterlogged sediments on the Iberian Peninsula. The charred and worn tips suggest the tools were used for digging roots, clams, and fire pits.