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Anthropologists find a beautiful Greek waterfront paradise once inhabited by generations of Neanderthals.
Humans may have treated Neanderthals no better or worse than the other large ice age mammals they hunted, ate, and helped drive to extinction.
The average intelligence level of Victorian-era individuals was higher than that of people today, according to a new study. Continue reading →
Mother's Day as a holiday is only 105 years old, but moms on the human family tree date back to at least 58 million years ago.
New findings on the brain size of the tiny folks who lived until about 12,000 years ago suggest we may be cousins.
Two million years ago in South Africa, a cross between humans and apes walked with a pigeon-toed gait, ate mostly veggies and spent a lot of time swinging in the trees.
An unusual prehistoric fish with fins near its butt has helped to solve the mystery over why most animals, including humans, have paired limbs.
A neanderthal skeleton unearthed in Italy shows interbreeding with humans, the first such known hybrid.
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