Studying Late Pleistocene Neandertal specimens such as Kebara or Tabun and Paleolithic Modern Human specimens  such as Qafzeh, Skhul or Manot is a privilege that we could only achieve at Dan David Center of Human Evolution and Biohistory Research, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Israel.

DEATHREVOL TEAM: How have fossil bones been consumed by carnivores?

In the DEATHREVOL project, we analyze fossil remains that have been consumed by carnivores. In this video Manuel Rodríguez Almagro tells us how these carnivores have consumed the bones, what mechanisms they have followed and what tooth marks they have left behind.