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A discovery found in Germany’s ‘Unicorn Cave’ hints at Neanderthal art
The 51,000-year-old carved bone suggests Neanderthals not only made simple tools, but art, too.
Anthropologists have identified the earliest evidence of Homo sapiens in Europe
Tools and pendants found with the 45,000-year-old remains might have inspired later Neanderthals.
Reports of Homo erectus’ laziness are ‘moronic’
What bad headlines call lazy is what early humans called survival.
Neanderthals May Have Given Us Genital Warts
A case of ancient hominid hanky-panky
Blood-Guzzling Brain Key To Evolution Of Human Intelligence
What's grey and wrinkly and drinks 10 gallons of blood per hour?
Ancient Tooth Yields Up DNA Of Ancient Human Cousins, The Denisovans
Giving archaeologists something to chew on
New Species On Human Family Tree Discovered In Ancient Mass Grave
Homo naledi had small brains but human-like traits, upending the fossil record