14 Nov, 2015 @ 12:59
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Gibraltar schoolchildren enjoy prehistoric pastimes on Neanderthal Day


CavemenCLAY necklaces? Check. Animal bones? Check.

The kids in Year 3 at St Mary’s School looked like they had come straight from Gorham’s Cave when they dressed up as cavemen and women for neanderthal day.

Gibraltar’s very own Flintstones crew made their own clay necklaces and feasted on stewed fruit with honey.

Luckily, thanks to some responsible teachers, they refrained from hunting down the Rock’s Barbary Macaques and stuck to the veggie option!

Tom Powell

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