Neanderthals not so Mysterious After All

In the parade of our alleged evolutionary ancestors, Neanderthals were iconic. They were portrayed as brutish cave dwellers. After much time and further investigations, this image was shown to be completely wrong. Living in caves...sure, why not? People have done that through history, and even do so today.

It seems that the mystery deepened for anthropologists and paleontologists. To them, Neanderthals could be the Cotton-Eyed Joes: Where did they come from, and where did they go? From a biblical creationist perspective using scientific discoveries, they are not so enigmatic after all.

The icon of Neanderthals has changed a great deal, but some evolutionists are unwilling to classify them as fully human. The evidence is against them, and creationists were right all along.
Neanderthal Woman, PLOS One / WikiComm / Bacon CPH (now deleted) (CC BY 2.5), Modified at PhotoFunia
It has been demonstrated that Neanderthals had all sorts of human traits but nothing to show simian ancestry. Most evolutionists have reclassified them as fully human, even though there are still some holdouts (because Darwin needs the narrative). Reconstructions show that they clean up nice and can pass as other people, since their characteristics are well within the human range. Most telling is that they travelled a great deal, and were more than happy to share their DNA with other humans.
Many people and some scientists still consider Neanderthals the last ‘missing link’ before man. Neanderthals were first discovered in 1856 in the Neander Valley of Germany. They lived during the Ice Age, mostly in caves. Neanderthal Man is often depicted as a brutish caveman. Numerous facial and skeletal reconstructions showed him half ape and half man. But since the first discovery, over 500 skeletons have been found. These reveal the true nature of Neanderthal Man and the bias of evolutionists.

You can read the rest and learn how creationists answer, "Where did you come from, where did you go?" at "Neanderthals becoming more modern with time." For a passel of related information, see "Those Sophisticated Neanderthals."