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Now Neanderthals have even made it onto the Daily Show and Trevor Noah is talking about them.
On his latest show on August 19, he said this: “Walls are older than wheels. Back in the day, cavemen had walls. So I guess people should stop calling Trump a Neanderthal, because a Neanderthal would know that. Hashtag not my Neanderthal.”
His mention on the Daily Show is part of a revived interest in Neanderthal life. Reflecting this new interest, a new series of books are based on the premise that Neanderthals really can come back now through cloning and live in modern society.
These books now include “The Neanderthals Are Back”, “Who Are the Neanderthals, Really?” and soon to be published “The New World Neanderthals: The Rise of the Force”. There is even a Facebook page @neanderthalsareback, which now has over 280 followers, with more signing up every hour.
The Neanderthals Are Back has already gotten four five-star reviews on Amazon and is available at an introductory price on Kindle of .99 cents to introduce readers in the series. It is also available in paperback, hardback, audiobook, and Kindle edition.
In the first book, The Beginning, the first six Neanderthal children grow up as babies in a lab where they are taught by a nursery school teacher, After that they experience life in a group home, become foster kids, attend elementary school, and enter into relationships as teens and young adults. Along the way, they face many challenges because of their differences from modern humans.
It is an especially timely series because the Neanderthals experience a modern world going through all kinds of turmoil, such as due to illegal immigration, income inequality, mass shootings, increased crime, sex trafficking, and drug smuggling.
To learn more about Neanderthals, Who Are the Neanderthals, Really? features an introduction to their life from about 350,000 to 35,000 years ago, followed by about 100 images of Neanderthals from scientific discoveries, reconstructions of their appearances, recreations of their lifestyle, and cartoons of Neanderthals in various activities — even coping with modern technology.
The Kindle edition is priced at the introductory price of $1.99.
The next book The New World Neanderthals: The Rise of the Force will be out in a few days, followed by a line of Neanderthal dolls, games, greeting cards, and posters. These projects are being coordinated by Jones & O’Malley, based in the Los Angeles area.