Researchers find evidence of Neanderthal dentistry


David Frayer, professor emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Kansas, discusses a recent study (http://bit.ly/2tkTUl1) he led that analyzed toothpick grooves and other signs of manipulation to four teeth recovered from the Neanderthal site of Krapina in Croatia. The analysis provides evidence of prehistoric dentistry to address tooth pain that took place 130,000 years ago.