Deutsch: Johann Carl Fuhlrott (* 31. Dezember 1803 in Leinefelde; † 17. Oktober 1877 in Elberfeld (heute zu Wuppertal)) war ein deutscher Naturforscher und Freimaurer
English: Johann Carl Fuhlrott was born December 31, 1803 in Leinefelde, Germany, and died October 17, 1877 in Elberfeld, (Wuppertal). He is famous for recognizing the significance of the bones of Neanderthal 1, a Neanderthal specimen discovered by German laborers who were digging for limestone in Neanderthal (Neander Valley in German) in August 1856.
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