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Löwenmensch (Aslaninsan), 30 bin years ago

The Löwenmensch is over years old (Credit: Heritage Image Partnership Ltd/Alamy)

Ida, one of the most complete primate fossils ever found, a 47-million-year-old human ancestor

Fossil Ida: Extraordinary find is 'missing link' in evolution

Ida, one of the most complete primate fossils ever found, a human ancestor. Photograph: Atlantic Productions Ltd

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A major conference in London this week will reveal the results of five years' research on why Homo sapiens emerged triumphant in the survival battle of the humans

Göbeklitepe-Hakasya sculptures are almost same with sculptures in Mars and hidden White Turkic pyramids in Central China

Göbeklitepe-Hakasya sculptures are almost same with sculptures in Mars and hidden White Turkic pyramids in Central China

It’s 2016, and across the globe we are seeing indigenous elders from various locations on the planet coming forward to share wisdom that is so desperately needed. All of us who live on the planet are feeling the heat as we recognize that the time for change is now, and that this window of opportunity won’t […]

12 Quotes From An Oglala Lakota Chief That Will Make You Question Everything About Our World

Luther Standing Bear was a Sioux Indian Chief who occupied the rift between the native and white man& worlds.

A study of Neanderthal skulls suggests that they became extinct because they had larger eyes than our species.  As a result, more of their brains were devoted to seeing in the long, dark nights in Europe, at the expense of high-level processing.  By contrast, the larger frontal brain regions of Homo sapiens led to the fashioning of warmer clothes and the development of larger social networks.  The study is published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

Neanderthal big eyes 'caused demise'

BBC News - Neanderthals' large eyes 'caused their demise'

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Kenyanthropus platyopus lived 3.5 million years ago (Credit: Sabena Jane Blackbird/Alamy)

The remote lake that tells the story of humanity's birth

Kenyanthropus platyopus lived million years ago (Credit: Sabena Jane Blackbird/Alamy)

Probing Human Ancestry with Ancient DNA

Gibraltar Skul This was the first Neanderthal skull ever found.

The skeletal remains of Kaakutja, an aboriginal man who scientists think was killed by a boomerang about in the 13th century. Credit Michael Westaway

A skeleton found in an Australia national park was of a man who lived between 1260 and 1280 and is thought to have been killed by a wooden weapon.

Rekonstruktion des Schädels des frühsten Homo-sapiens-Fossils aus Jebel Irhoud in Marokko. (Bild: Philipp Gunz, MPI EVA, Leipzig)

Homo sapiens soll viel älter sein als gedacht

Rekonstruktion des Schädels des frühsten Homo-sapiens-Fossils aus Jebel Irhoud in Marokko. (Bild: Philipp Gunz, MPI EVA, Leipzig)

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.

Ardipithecus ramidus: Study Links Ancient Hominid to Human Lineage Jan 10, 2014 by Sci-News.com A new study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, confirms close relationship of Ardipithecus ramidus – a species of hominid that lived in the east of the African continent around 4.4 million years ago – to the subsequent Australopithecus and humans.

A new study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, confirms close relationship of Ardipithecus ramidus – a specie.

Bison sculpted from mammoth ivory. Found at Zaraysk, Russia. About 20,000 years old

A sculpture of an adult female bison worked from a large piece of mammoth tusk dates at least years old, discovered at Zaraysk, Osetr Valley, Russia, is seen on display in an exhibition 'Ice Age Art

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