New scan of 'Neanderthal' jawbone
A piece of jawbone found in a Devon cave is being re-examined by scientists who believe it may be Britain's first direct evidence of Neanderthal man.
The bone was excavated from Kents Cavern in Torquay in 1927 and was thought to be about 31,000 years old.
But more research showed the Torquay Museum piece could be 40,000 years old.
A computer scan is to be carried out to determine if the bone was put back together correctly after it was found, and to see if DNA can be extracted.