At its narrowest point, the gap between England and mainland Europe is only 21 miles — shorter than the distance between the cities of Liverpool and Manchester. But many thousands of years ago, the two pieces of land were actually one. They were connected by Doggerland, an area roamed by the Neanderthals. So what happened to Doggerland? This video from PBS Eons searches for answers.
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