Here's a photo of the Dutch Neandertal:
This fossil is said to be over 40,000 years old and as I stated previously was found in the North Sea off the coast of Holland. During the Ice Age which took place 40,000 years ago the North Sea wasn't a sea but rather a lowland plain. Analysis of bone shows this particular Neandertal had a diet which consisted mostly of meat.
A highly carnivorous diet was pretty common for most Neandertals. While they likely hunted some smaller game, associated mammoths remains found with this fossil (as well as many others) indicates they also went after the big game too. Another line of evidence which suggests a Neandertal fascination with hunting large animals is high amount of damage, such as fractures, which are commonly found on Neandertal bones. One can easily imagine that a life spent hunting large animals meant you were bound to get slapped around by these immense creatures.
It seems no one has yet given this fossil a nickname, at least as far as I can tell, so I've decided to give him a nickname of my own: Cloggy the Neandertal. That's probably offensive to someone somewhere. The best I can do after writing an exam and having a couple drinks of baileys is apparently divert to nationalistic stereotypes.