Neanderthals may have interbred more widely than thought, if an inner ear with the species' traits are any sign.
A look at 50,000-year-old Neanderthal poop in Spain shows these early humans were omnivorous.
Think Neanderthals were inferior to Homo sapiens? Think again.
The first detailed picture of genetic variation among Neanderthals indicates they may have lived in small, isolated groups that had little contact with each other.
A new study says meat wasn’t on our ancestors' plates.
From big game to other humans, our ancestors ate a wide variety of foods that aren't found in grocery stores.
Mexicans and other Latin Americans have a higher risk of diabetes because of a Neanderthal gene mutation.
A few fragmentary bones thought to be the remains of Neanderthals actually belonged to medieval Italians.
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