The calcite-encrusted face of a Neanderthal who lived 150,000 years ago has come alive as researchers reconstructed a hyper-realistic model of his face and body. Continue reading →
Humans were both hunters and the hunted 500,000 years ago, suggests the gory remains of one unfortunate individual. Continue reading →
The cave drawings in the Chauvet-Pont d’Arc, France may be taking back the crown for the oldest animal paintings on Earth.
Similar to how migrating Europeans spread disease to Native Americans, it appears that humans from Africa spread disease to Native Europeans and Asians.
New excavations at an Indonesian cave introduce more mystery into the demise of Hobbit humans.
The map reveals how extensively past interbreeding has affected people alive today.
The worldliest people on the planet could be Melanesians, according to new genetic research.
Neanderthals liked a bit of veg with their red meat.
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