Germany was covered by glaciers 450,000 years ago
New chronological data for the Middle Pleistocene glacial cycles push back the first glaciation and early human appearance in central Germany by about 100,000 years. more
New insights into the late history of Neandertals
The genomes of five late Neandertals provide insights into Neandertal population history more
Homo naledi had wear-resistant molars
The enigmatic 300,000-year-old South African hominin ate a lot of dust, grit, or phytoliths more
Neanderthals thought like we do
As early as 64,000 years ago Iberian Neanderthals created cave paintings more
Modern human brain organization emerged only recently
Homo sapiens fossils demonstrate a gradual evolution of the human brain towards its modern globular shape more
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