Neanderdale Man
800px-Homo neanderthalensis adult male - head model - Smithsonian Museum of Natural History - 2012-05-17
Neanderdale Man
Kingdom Deer (Animalia)


Wirebacks (Chordata)
Ilk Suckledeer (Mammalia)
Shift Upperdeer (Primates)
Undershift Drynoses (Haplorhini)
Nethershift Apes (Simiiformes)
Overkin Manapes (Hominoidea)
Kin Greatapes (Hominidae)
Underkin Highapekin (Homininae)
Stem Highapes (Hominini)
Kind Man (Homo)
Erd †Neanderdale Man (†Homo neanderthalensis)
Undererd †Wise Neanderdale Man (†Homo sapiens neanderthalensis)

The Neanderdale Man is a lost lifekin of Man that lived in Evemorrowland between 400,000 and 35,000 years ago. The Neanderdale Man lived among—and have even been acknowledged to breed with in light of findings made in the 2010s—nowen Man before dying out. Woldkenners have guessed that the Neanderdale and the Wise Man both come from the Upright Man.


The bodylore of the Neanderdale Man is not unlike the Wise Man, but sheddings bestand nonetheless. Neanderdales are known for their lengthened, flat skulls and sloping foreheads, while also having shorter legs and bigger bodies than the Wise Man.

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