The findings of this peer-reviewed study shed light on the social organization and structure of Neanderthal communities and families, how they lived and who moved around.
A new study claims there was co-existence between two species of man over a duration of at least 1,400 to 2,900 years.
The research behind this discovery started over three decades ago, when a group of Chinese archaeologists discovered a large set of bones in southern China’s Yunnan Province.
The Los Aljezares open-air site is "rich in lithic, faunal and archaeobotanical materials, and well-dated in time."
Two tall skeletons were discovered in Serbia, and their extracted DNA might help to shed light on the mystery of genetic changes that took place in Europe five thousand years ago.
"Bad news if a person contracts COVID-19, good news because it offers protection against getting infected with HIV."
The most ancient human species includes fossils that date to the time at which our lineage separated from the lineages leading to chimpanzees and bonobos.
Sandwiched between archaeological layers of Neanderthal remains early human child’s tooth confirms both early hominins lived there at the same time.
The six-million-year-old footprints may challenge beliefs about the evolution of humanity.
Vanguard Cave is one of four caves that make up the famous Rock of Gibraltar and a nine-year-excavation project led researchers to a sealed chamber with evidence of long-gone Neanderthal life inside.