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Scientists Are Amazed By Stone Age Tools They Dug Up In Kenya
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Carl Zimmer 3h
Actually, Asians have more Neanderthal DNA than Europeans. One possible reason is they had more mixture events.
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Modern humans interbred with Denisovans twice in history via
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Scientists find evidence of paint, complex tools and climate chaos at the dawn of humanity
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Lifelike, full-size reconstruction of extinct human relative acquired by new U-M natural history museum
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Roberto Sáez 4h
Grabados hechos por neandertales | Engravings made by neandertals
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Oldest DNA from Africa offers clues to mysterious ancient culture
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Ancient humans mated with the mysterious Denisovans in two separate waves, reports
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Changing environment influenced human evolution
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The Ice Age 5h
Warm clothing was essential during glacial periods and the invention of the sewing kit was a major achievement of modern humans. These Magdalenian bone needles (3.9—5.5 cm) are from Courbet Cave in southern France
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Reconstruction of Australopithecus sediba acquired for new University of Michigan Museum of Natural History (© Sculpture Elisabeth Daynès /Photo: S. Entressangle) via
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We like Neanderthals (Google translate available in right margin) via
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Ancient DNA is turning up all sorts of unexpected and controversial findings about human history, writes
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Compassion helped Neanderthals to survive, new study reveals via
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How South Africa's 'Cradle of Humankind' got the title via
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Michael Petraglia 17h
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Skulls show women moved across medieval Europe, not just men via
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Genetic prehistory of Iberia differs from central and northern Europe via
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