This is Wilma.
She is a life-size rendering of a 43,000-year-old Neanderthal woman. Wilma was commissioned by National Geographic for this story and designed from fossils and DNA information from a particular female specimen. Because the DNA of the woman they based her on suggested that she was a redhead, scientists named the reconstruction Wilma after Wilma Flintstone. However, from the neck down, she's built a bit more like Fred (Neanderthals were pretty stocky). Click here for the photo gallery. I would post a picture, but big W is somewhat nakey-nakey and I know some of you are at work.
Anyway, I don't think Wilma looks too bad; give this lady a shower and a hairbrush, and you've got someone who would meet the standards of even the pickiest Geico caveman. Check out those natural highlights!
I didn't read the whole National Geographic article, but let me know if you make it through all 10 pages. I will be worrying about more important things, like starting a letter-writing campaign to get Wilma on the cast for season three of American Gladiators.