• An Experience column erred when it said that a 5,000-year-old bone “belonged to a Neanderthal”; the Neanderthals are believed to have died out about 40,000 years ago (I found a human bone in the Thames, 24 September, Saturday magazine, p15).
• Finland was described as “the last EU country that still allows entry to Russians with tourist visas”; at the time it was the last with a Russian land border to do so (Russians queue at borders to avoid military service, 24 September, p46).
• An article (Curse of the crop circle: cost to farms totals £30,000 since 2018, 24 September, p43) was given the wrong byline. It was by Mark Tovey, not Matthew Taylor.
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