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7.2-million-year-old pre-human remains found in the Balkans: New hypothesis about the origin of humankind suggests oldest hominin lived in Europe

pre-human remains found in the Balkans: New hypothesis about the origin of humankind suggests oldest hominin lived in Europe

The First of Our Kind. A 2.8-million-year-old jaw is the oldest fossil from our genus.

A jaw is the oldest fossil from our genus.

UNDATED -- BC-NATURE-ANCIENT-SPECIES-ART-NYTSF -- The lower jaw KNM-ER 60000 after initial restoration but before the adhering matrix was carefully removed by Christopher Kiarie. . (© Credit: © Photo by Mike Hettwer, www.hettwer.com, courtesy of National Geographic)

"New fossils hint at ancestral split: African discoveries point to two early species in the human genus.

Fossil foot from Ethiopia is a 'new species' of pre-human - and will help scientists home in on the moment our ancestors descended from the trees        Foot built for walking on two feet - but also for grasping branches      Previously unknown ancestor lived three million years ago

Fossil foot from Ethiopia is a 'new species' of pre-human - and will help scientists home in on the moment our ancestors descended from the trees

'Lucy' lived among close cousins: Discovery of foot fossil confirms two human ancestor species co-existed -- ScienceDaily

Qafzeh remains

DNA hints at earlier exodus from Africa

Qafzeh remains: Fossil evidence from Israel, like this individual from Qafzeh cave, suggests modern humans were already living outside Africa at least years ago.

There were THREE types of ancient humans: 30,000-year-old fossils prove Neanderthals and modern humans were not the only species on Earth

There were THREE types of ancient humans: 30,000-year-old fossils prove Neanderthals and modern humans were not the only species on Earth

A molar tooth belonging to a Denisovan, thought to be a new branch of ancient humans. A finger bone from Siberia (found in the Denisov cave) now reveals a previously unknown group of ancient humans once existed there, one neither like us nor Neanderthals.

Also known as the Anasazi, the ancestral Pueblos were a prehistoric Native American nation. They left behind breathtaking buildings and mysterious graves.

Leg bone gives up oldest human DNA Sima de los Huesos remains

The discovery of DNA in a human thigh bone will open up a new frontier in the study of our ancestors.

Evolution Purged Many Neanderthal Genes from Human Genome

The Neanderthals disappeared about years ago, but little pieces of them live on in the form of DNA sequences scattered through the modern human genome. A new study by geneticists at the University of California, Davis, .

Diversity of species

Timeline of human origins revised: New synthesis of research links changing environment with Homo’s evolutionary adaptability

Dott. Montanari analizza 24 vaccini: Mediaset non manda in onda il servizio video

Dott. Montanari analizza 24 vaccini: Mediaset non manda in onda il servizio video

"Combining the tools of psychology, evolutionary biology and archaeology, scientists have found compelling evidence for the co-evolution of early Stone Age slaughtering tools and our ability to communicate and teach, shedding new light on the power of human culture to shape evolution."

World's oldest butchering tools gave evolutionary edge to human communication

World's oldest butchering tools gave evolutionary edge to human communication: Oldowan technology behind genesis of language and teaching

A Farmer Spotted Something In The Dirt So He Dug What He Found Was Amazing - YouTube

skeletons unearthed in East China, and they’re very tall

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Fossil Teeth Suggest Humans Played Role in Neanderthal Extinction Upper Palaeolithic modern human infant skull from Sungir (left) and the Neandertal infant skull of Roc de Marsal (right).

Archaeologists unearth 5,000-year-old 'third-gender' caveman Caveman was buried like a woman, leading scientists to question his sexual orientation.

Archaeologists unearth 5,000-year-old 'third-gender' caveman

Article: Archaeologists unearth 'third-gender' caveman Caveman was buried like a woman, leading scientists to question his sexual orientation.

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