A tiny bone from the little finger of a human ancestor in East Africa is the oldest 'modern' hand bone ever found.
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The image of what the first human migration out of Africa looked like has just radically changed, with new evidence suggesting that short, ape-like humans were the first to leave.
A single Siberian migration about 23,000 years ago later branched into today's distinct native American groups.
The finding of a cross-breed suggests that interbreeding with Neanderthals was more common than previously thought.
The early human species lived in Ethiopia 3.3 to 3.5 million years ago.
Murder dates back to at least the Middle Pleistocene, according to a new study that suggests early Neanderthals weren’t always a peaceful bunch.
The earliest known stone toolkit could write a whole new chapter in the book of human evolution, especially since the tools were not even made by our genus.
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