So we all know about the native American Indian and their fetch for feather decorated clothing.
I have also written about other cultures that have a long history of using feathers as part of their traditional fashion, but this neanderthal feather fashion is really interesting to me.
So what is the whole story here ?
Well A paleoanthropoligist By The Name Of Marco Peresani found some bird bones in a dig near Verona Italy that stongly suggest that the neanderthal were removing feathers for the fashion and not just for food or warmth.
Well so feather fashion has been around since before we were really and it is still going strong.
It might even be that it's having the biggest com back ever.