Starting in Africa with our early hominin relatives (who are more closely related to us than to chimpanzees), visitors will travel forward in time to meet our ancient human relatives as they spread into Europe and Asia. The journey ends with modern humans as the only surviving human species in the world today.
Tooth-marks on a 500,000-year-old hominin femur bone found in a Moroccan cave indicate that it was consumed by large carnivores, likely hyenas, according to a study published April 27, 2016 in the open-access journal PLO
L’analisi isotopica del collagene di ominidi e animali dal sito di Goyet (Belgio) rivela la composizione della dieta tipica dell’uomo di Neanderthal, andando a mettere in discussione alcune convinzioni sulla sua alimentazione. E non solo
Le régime alimentaire de l'homme de néandertal à Spy : 80% de viande, 20% de végétaux. Une étude isotopique éclaire plus précisément et confirme les habitudes alimentaires des représentants de l'espèce Homo néandertalensis
The largest ever study of global genetic variation in the human Y chromosome has uncovered the hidden history of men. Research published today (25 April) in Nature Genetics reveals explosions in male population numbers i
A new genetic study of male ancestry shows there were periods in human prehistory when just a few elite men controlled reproduction.For example, one man about 190,000 years ago was the ancestor of 1,200 living men from 26 groups around the world whose
El cráneo de Dali fue obtenido por Shuntang Liu 1978 en un yacimiento cercano a la aldea de Jiefang, en la provincia china de Shaanxi. Han transcurrido muchos años desde su hallazgo, pero la interpretación del cráneo de Dali sigue siendo controvertida. La antigüedad de este cráneo fue estimada en algo más de 200.000 años […]
A multi-purpose bone tool dating from the Neanderthal era has been discovered by researchers, throwing into question our current understanding of the evolution of human behavior. It was found at an archaeological site in France.
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