Several categories of evidence indicate that people have always been predominantly right-handed A. Stencils of right-handed figures are characteristic of cave art in France, Spain, and Tasmania. B. Signs on the skeletal remains of prehistoric figures, including arm-bone size and injury marks, imply that these are the remains of right-handed people. C. Instruments such as spoons, ropes, and pebble tools show signs that indicate they were used or constructed by right-handed people. D. The amount of prehistoric art created by right-handed artists indicates that left-handed people were in the minority. E. Neanderthal skeletons often have longer finger bones in the right hand, which is evidence that the right hand was stronger. F. Nick Toth, a modem right-handed toolmaker. has shown that prehistoric tools were knapped to fit the right hand.