New fossil discoveries continue to push the known boundaries of human evolution.
The science is settled on the theory of evolution, but the politics aren't.
The history of actual Hobbit humans is like a page out of a J.R.R. Tolkien novel.
Our earliest ancestors were more like a slow furry loris than an imposing King Kong, suggests a new primate fossil found in Spain.
Ear wiggling muscles are an example of remnants of evolution that once had a purpose but no longer do.
Punching cadaver arms support the theory that men’s hands evolved, not only for dexterity, but also for fist fighting.
Our ancestors apparently had a lot to say 2 million years ago, even if they said it quietly.
There's a new ancient rock star on the scene and its name is Homo naledi, a 3-million-year-old set of bones found in a cave in South Africa that's being touted as a new human species. How did scientists determine that it belonged in the genus Homo?
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