The origin of Homo sapiens has typically been dated to around 200,000 years ago, but a series of new discoveries are pushing back the first humans
People with more Neanderthal genes have a skull that differs from the human average producing a more Neanderthal-like skull. The brain also changes this way
A new set of Homo naledi fossils have been recovered from Rising Star Cave. They come fro the Lesedi Chamber, near the entrance.
Graecopithecus freybergi is an ape from Greece and Bulgaria. New research says it might be our distance ancestor, contrary to the idea we evolved in Africa
Homo naledi age has finally been discovered, revealing that the species is much younger than expected. What could explain this?
Australopithecus sediba shares many features with humans and apes. New research suggests this might just be because the fossils found are immature.
The largest review of chimp anatomy has revealed their musculature is surprisingly similar to ours. Thus, they could be good models for our ancestors
The hips have many adaptations to help us walk upright. New research has found yet another way in which our pelvis aids our walking.
Homo naledi has a strange arm that combines tree-climbing and tool-using traits. What can explain this dilemma when no tools have been found with them?
A bunch of new information about Homo naledi has been published, including the discovery of a new juvenile. Plus a bunch of other info on their skull.