The dead body has value because the human person does. How we treat our dead reflects our views on what we think about the living.
If a Neanderthal walked down the street, appropriately dressed, you probably wouldn’t notice.
The news media might be heavily biased toward evolution, but at least it is predictable.
A French historian studies the relationship between ancient stories told about dogs and information from genetics and archaeology.
Growing evidence suggests Neanderthals buried their dead, employed technology, and had a brain size equal to or even slightly larger than ours.