Uma notícia com 90 mil anos. Há 90 mil anos, os neandertais já capturavam e degustavam caranguejos assados em Sesimbra. A notícia sobre este estudo está no The New York Times. “A number of cities vie for the unofficial title of “seafood capital of the world,” and Lisbon has a good claim. The city, Portugal’s coastal capital, is famous for its salted cod, sardines and stuffed brown crab. A study published Tuesday in the journal Frontiers in Environmental Archaeology reveals that these brown crabs have been on the menu for a long time. In a cave less than 20 miles from Lisbon, researchers discovered charred remnants of shells and claws: evidence that Neanderthals were cooking and eating crab 90,000 years ago.” O Que Os Outros Dizem de Nós é uma rubrica de José Guerreiro.