Five groups that classify all living things
A group of animals within the animal kingdom
A group of animals within a pylum
A group of animals within a class
A group of animals within an order
A group of animals within a family
The name of the animal in science
|Homo Sapiens Neanderthalensis|
The animal group that the species belongs to
What kind of foods the animal eats
How long (L) or tall (H) the animal is
The measurement of how heavy the animal is
The fastest recorded speed of the animal
How long the animal lives for
Whether the animal is solitary or sociable
The likelihood of the animal becoming extinct
The colour of the animal's coat or markings
|Brown, Tan, Black, White, Olive|
The protective layer of the animal
The preferred food of this animal
The specific area where the animal lives
|Worldwide based near rivers|
|Average Litter Size:|
The average number of babies born at once
The food that the animal gains energy from
|Vegetables, Fruit, Fish|
Other animals that hunt and eat the animal
|Bears, Lion, Tiger|
Characteristics unique to this animal
|Walk on two feet and intelligent communications|
NeanderthalThe Neanderthal is an old world, modern primate that is now extinct. It is thought that the Neanderthal roamed the lands of Asia and Europe for around 100,000 years.
The Neanderthal cranial capacity was much bigger than modern humans, judging by the size skulls found from the Neanderthal era. This indicates that the Neanderthal had a possible larger brain size. The Neanderthal is known to be smaller than modern humans and only got to around 40 years old at most.
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First Published: 10th November 2008, Last Updated: 10th September 2018
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