Neandertals ate stomach goop, and you can too

STUBBORN BUILDUP Big chunks of tartar on the teeth of Neandertals and other ancient groups hold clues to diet (human skull shown), including the possibility Neandertals ate animals’ stomach contents.

G. Richard Scott/Univ. of Nevada Reno

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