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[credit provider=”Neanderthal Museum (Mettmann, Germany)”] Neanderthals may have died out earlier than before thought, researchers say.These findings hint that Neanderthals did not coexist with modern humans as long as previously suggested, investigators added.
[credit provider=”Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation. “] At Olduvai Gorge, where excavations helped to confirm Africa was the cradle of humanity, scientists now find the landscape once fluctuated rapidly, likely guiding early human evolution. These findings suggest that key mental developments within the human lineage may have been linked […]
Human hands may have evolved their unique shape in order to better punch the living daylights out of competitors, a new study suggests.
[credit provider=”University of Wollongong/Susan Hayes” url=”http://www.livescience.com/25370-floresiensis-hobbit-face-revealed.html”] Researchers have revealed what the face of a controversial ancient human nicknamed “the Hobbit” might have looked like.”She’s not what you’d call pretty, but she is definitely distinctive,” said anthropologist Susan Hayes, a senior fellow at University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia.
[credit provider=”Flickr / Lunauna” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/starsinstereo/2462200931/sizes/m/in/photostream/”] Humans drive trillions of miles in cars, clear-cut forests for agriculture and create vast landfills teeming with tin cans, soda bottles and other detritus of industrialisation.There’s no doubt that humans have radically reshaped the planet, and those changes leave traces in the Earth’s geological record.