The artifacts suggest early people didn't just live on the African coasts.
A paleontologist found the giant fossil in a drawer on this lunch break.
The forensic feces files
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
The simple amulet is the oldest known example of a shift in metalworking
New radiocarbon measurements from the silty bottom of a Japanese lake could help scientists pinpoint when Neanderthals died out.
On the frozen edge of the Kolyma River in northeastern Siberia, in an ancient pantry harboring seeds and other stores,...
Upon examining a piece of Attic pottery, certain words may come to mind: “Beauty is truth, truth beauty” — and...
Stonehenge's inner circle came from a site 160 miles away in Wales
A prehistoric mobile toolkit buried in milky creek sediments in central Texas shows humans first settled North America 2,500 years...
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