Nearly every primate, including humans, hates getting ripped off, finds research.
Chimps and humans share violent tendencies, with a new study showing that the evolutionary roots of warfare exist in our primate ancestry.
Discovery of three new Jurassic Era animals suggests that early mammals, which resembled squirrels, first emerged 208 million years ago. Continue reading →
Ancient stone artifacts recently excavated from Saudi Arabia possess similarities to items of about the same age in Africa.
The reason may be that the rapid growth of the brain's outer brain — the gray matter — is constrained by the white matter.
Neanderthals did not really go extinct -- they were simply absorbed into the modern human gene pool of Europeans and Asians. Continue reading →
Skeletal remains found in 2004 point to a human with Down syndrome, not a new species.
Denisovans, a prehistoric species of human, passed beneficial DNA to Tibetans, who then helped push Denisovans to extinction. Continue reading →
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