Evolution 5

Who Was Australopithecus sediba?

Did Human Ancestor 'Lucy' Have a Midwife?

- Masol (Inde) : Man came from Africa... or maybe Chandigarh

Origins of Indonesian hobbits finally revealed

Viral fossils reveal how our ancestors may have eliminated an ancient infection

How domestication can change animals' facial features

Sterkfontein Cave (Af. Du Sud) : The unsolved case of Little Foot's age

Why our brains are now three and a half times bigger than those of our ancestors

Human Skull Evolved Along with Two-Legged Walking

Human nose evolution shaped by climate

Lingjing (Chine) : 100,000-year-old human skulls reveal complex mix of trends in time, space

Extinct Neanderthals still control expression of human genes

How forensic science can unlock the mysteries of human evolution

Olduvai Gorge (Tanzanie) : New analytical tools are reshaping our knowledge of ancient humans

Engel Ela-Ramud basin (Erythrée) : New field season

Why are most people right handed?

Evolution of brain and tooth size were not linked in humans

Human Ancestor 'Lucy’ Was Likely Part of a Female Harem

Small Mutation Contributed to Evolution of Bigger Human Brains

Human ancestor 'Lucy' was a tree climber, new evidence suggests

- Right-Handedness Might Go Back Almost 2 Million Years

Wild monkeys flake stone tools

Fossil bee nest provides clues to environment of early hominin

Neanderthal and modern human ear bones

Evolution of human intelligence linked to blood flow to the brain

How the most famous human ancestor died

More gorilla than chimp

Voice control in orangutan gives clues to early human speech

Homo erectus walked as we do

Oldest Non-Human Stone Tools Outside Africa Created by Monkeys

New dating suggests younger age for Homo naledi

- Niah Cave (Malaisie) :37,000-year-old skull reveals surprise for scientists

Danakil (Erythrée) : Possible Homo Erectus Footprints

Monkeys Do Not Have a "Stone Age" Culture

Mata Menge (Indonésie) :New fossils shed light on the origin of ‘hobbits’

New Support For Human Evolution In Grasslands

Lucy had neighbors: A review of African fossils

Nature vs. nurture? Both are important, anthropologist argues