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Early human ancestor didn’t have the jaws of a nutcracker, study finds
Published date: 09/02/2016
Research published in 2012 garnered international attention by suggesting that a possible early human ancestor had lived on hard foods including tree bark, fruit, leaves and other plant products. But...
Evidence of over 100,000 year old humans found on Sulawesi
Published date: 19/01/2016
Research published in this week’s Nature on stone tools found in Sulawesi, Indonesia, which date to at least 118,000 years ago, suggests that early hominins colonized the island much earlier...
How did mammals develop hearing?
Published date: 14/01/2016
The presence of hair might be the most obvious feature of humans and other mammals from reptilian ancestors, however, a less obvious, but arguably the more important difference is the...