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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.
Neanderthal genes are still helping humans today
Anthropologists have found surprising traits in ancient DNA, including one that may trigger immunity against viruses.
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.
Early humans hooked up with other species a whole bunch
It's probably time to stop acting surprised.
Researchers found proof of Neanderthals reproducing with other species
But the hybrid girl raises more questions than she answers.
We haven’t been giving Neanderthals enough credit
New evidence suggests they were skilled hunters.
Neanderthals’ Clothing Could Have Killed Them
Possibly without fur-lined parkas, colder temps may have led to demise
More Evidence That Neanderthals May Have Had Some Cannibalistic Tendencies
Belgian cave holds remains of cut leg bones
Our Neanderthal DNA May Help Scientists Understand Depression And Addiction
Early human interbreeding had some lasting effects on our DNA
New Species On Human Family Tree Discovered In Ancient Mass Grave
Homo naledi had small brains but human-like traits, upending the fossil record