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Earliest evidence for humans in the Americas  Humans settled in the Americas much earlier than previously thought, according to new finds from Mexico. They suggest people were living there 33,000 years ago, twice the widely accepted age for the earliest settlement of the Americas. The results are based on work at Chiquihuite Cave, a high-altitude rock shelter in central Mexico. Early Humans, First Humans, Exeter, Clovis People, Climate Warming, Human Dna, University Of Alberta, Human Settlement, Caves

Earliest evidence for humans in the Americas

Humans settled in the Americas much earlier than previously thought, according to new finds from Mexico.

Two studies report new Homo sapiens fossils from the site of Bacho Kiro Cave in Bulgaria. "The Bacho Kiro Cave site provides evidence for th. Early Humans, First Humans, Anthropologie, Bulgaria, Human Base, Types Of Humans, Cave Bear, Homo, Bones

Longer overlap for modern humans and Neanderthals

Modern humans began to edge out the Neanderthals in Europe earlier than previously thought.

This electron microscope image provided shows part of a Neanderthal cord from Abri du Maras, France. Moncel via AP) Electron Microscope Images, Scanning Electron Micrograph, Scientific Reports, Microscopic Images, Early Humans, Latest Discoveries, Human Evolution, Animal Bones, Plant Fibres

Oldest ever piece of string was made by Neanderthals 50,000 years ago

A piece of string found in a cave in France is the oldest ever discovered and shows that Neanderthals knew how to twist fibres together to make cords

An Indonesian cave painting that depicts a prehistoric hunting scene could be the world’s oldest figurative artwork dating back nearly : oldest artwork from years, a discovery that points to an advanced artistic culture, according to new research. Image Painting, Figure Painting, Old Paintings, Animal Paintings, Art Pariétal, Indonesian Art, Les Religions, Art Sites, Ancient Art

Mythical Beings May Be Earliest Imaginative Cave Art by Humans - The New York Times

Throwing Stick Hints at Ancient Ancestors' Hunting Techniques A throwing stick found in Schöningen, Germany, probably belonged to either Neanderthals or Homo heidelbergensis, another extinct human ancestor. Homo Heidelbergensis, University College London, Cell Structure, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Neil Armstrong, Make A Case, Falling Apart, Things To Think About

Throwing Stick Hints at Ancient Ancestors' Hunting Techniques A 300,000-year-old throwing stick found in Schöningen, Germany, probably belonged to either Neanderthals or Homo heidelbergensis, another extinct human ancestor.

World’s oldest yarn hints that Neanderthals had basic math skills Schematic Drawing, Scientific Reports, Scanning Electron Micrograph, Early Humans, Archaeological Finds, Things Under A Microscope, String Theory, Basic Math, Plant Fibres

50,000-year-old string found at France Neanderthal site

A three-ply cord fragment made from bark was spotted on a stone tool recovered at a cave in France.

This electron microscope image provided shows part of a Neanderthal cord from Abri du Maras, France. Moncel via AP) Electron Microscope Images, Scanning Electron Micrograph, Scientific Reports, Microscopic Images, Early Humans, Latest Discoveries, Human Evolution, Animal Bones, Plant Fibres

50,000-year-old string found at France Neanderthal site

A three-ply cord fragment made from bark was spotted on a stone tool recovered at a cave in France.

Humans explored 'Treasure Island' much earlier than thought All Plants, Types Of Plants, Squash Plant, Plant Tissue, Human Settlement, Environmental Change, Early Humans, Treasure Island, Archaeological Site

Crops cultivated in Amazonia '10,000 years ago'

Humans have grown crops in areas of the Amazon since the end of the last ice age, a study says.

The three groups of hominins (human-like creatures) belonged to Australopithecus (the group made famous by the "Lucy" fossil from Ethiopia), Paranthropus and Homo - better known as humans. Underwater Photos, Underwater Photography, Landscape Photography, Film Photography, Fashion Photography, Wedding Photography, Early Humans, First Humans, Science Images

Ancient Africa home to three human-like species

Two million years ago, Africa was home to three human-like species, new discoveries reveal.

Three human-like species lived side-by-side in ancient Africa - BBC News Early Humans, First Humans, Homo Heidelbergensis, Science Images, Matter Science, Human Evolution, Out Of Africa, Image Caption, Nature Journal

Ancient Africa home to three human-like species

Two million years ago, Africa was home to three human-like species, new discoveries reveal.

reconstructed Neanderthal skeleton, right, is displayed next to a modern human skeleton at the Museum of Natural History in New York. A new study shows humans and Neanderthals interbred years ago, far earlier than thought. Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Ancient Egypt, Homo Sapiens Sapiens, Crane, Human Family Tree, Human Genome, Early Humans, Human Evolution

Early human ate young Neanderthal

Sometime between 28,000 and 30,000 years ago, a modern human in what is now France may have eaten a Neanderthal child and made a necklace out of its teeth, according to a new study that suggests Europe's first humans had a violent relationship with their muscular, big-headed hominid ancestors.

'Ghost' human ancestor discovered in West Africa Mysterious archaic hominins may have interbred with early humans in West Africa, scientists say. Honolulu Hawaii, Bbc News, Evil Angel, Empire Romain, Dna Genealogy, Matter Science, Early Humans, Human Evolution, West Africa

'Ghost' human ancestor discovered in West Africa

Mysterious archaic hominins may have interbred with early humans in West Africa, scientists say.

Homo erectus: Ancient humans survived longer than we thought - BBC News Early Humans, First Humans, Lower Leg Bones, Human Evolution, Archaeological Discoveries, Science Photos, Science News, Ancient Mysteries, Image Caption

Ancient humans survived longer than we thought

An ancient ancestor of modern humans survived into relatively recent times in South East Asia.

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Animal painting found in cave is 44,000 years old

Experts say the art, found in an Indonesian cave, could be the world's oldest recorded story.