Evolution

Chimpanzee co-operation linked to 'social bond' hormone

Confirmation of apes' sense of fairness

Les chimpanzés ont comme les humains le sens de l'équité

Les mystères de l'évolution du corps humain

Wrinkly fingers : Spontaneous reflex may have evolved to improve handling of wet objects

Zhoukoudian (Chine): 'Peking Man' Was a Fashion Plate

Did Lucy walk, climb, or both?

Olduvai (Tanzanie): Fluctuating environment may have driven human evolution

Very Early Ancestors Survived On Tropical Plants

Four Species of Homo You’ve Never Heard Of

Mlambalasi / Magubike (Tanzanie): When our ancestors left Africa questioned

Scientists seek to solve mystery of Piltdown Man

The Flores Hobbit's face revealed

What howler monkeys can tell us about the role of interbreeding in human evolution

Intergroup cannibalism in the European Early Pleistocene

Evidence of a 'mid-life crisis' in great apes

- Eating meat and cooking food made us human

Koro Toro (Tchad): Human ancestors switched to eating grasses earlier than thought

Are Humans slowly losing their intellectual abilities ?

Variations in Orbit Shape Of Asian, African, and European Human Populations

Large differences in gait of early human ancestors

Kinematics of bipedal locomotion while carrying a load in the arms in bearded capuchin monkeys

Explain the unusually late age at skill competence among humans

Effects of prehistoric nocturnal life on mammalian vision

Homo sapiens et Neandertal ont coexisté

Lucy and Selam's species climbed trees

Eastern Eurasian Archaic Humans Featured a Bi-level Nasal Floor as Seen in Neandertals

Baby Back, Waaaay Back, Ribs

A quoi ressemblera l'homme en 3012?

Cornelia (Afrique du Sud): a human molar and stone tools dating to about one million years ago.

- A predominance to be right-handed is not a uniquely human trait, but one shared by great apes

Olduvai (Tanzanie): hominin meat eating 1.5 million years ago

Turkana (Kenya): New fossils shed light on early human evolution

Nahal Me'arot (Israel) : Neanderthals, humans may have co-existed

Human brains outpace chimp brains in the womb

Did a discrete event 200,000–100,000 years ago produce modern humans?

Did a Pacific Ocean meteor trigger the Ice Age?

Global spread of modern humans out of Africa

- Indonesia’s Top Five Hominid Fossil Sites

Gondolin (Afrique du Sud): The enigmatic molar: Implications for Paranthropus paleobiology

Zhoukoudian (Chine): New Study Supporting Peking Man an Isolated Population

Chimpanzees create social traditions

Length of human pregnancy limited primarily by a mother’s metabolism

More sophisticated wiring, not just bigger brain, helped humans evolve beyond chimps

Olduvai Gorge (Tanzanie):  comprehensive research to come out since the early 1980s

When it comes to food, chimps only think of themselves

- Humans and great apes diverged earlier than thought

Afrique du Sud: Des dents fossilisées « croquent » le régime alimentaire des hominidés

Koobi Fora (Kenya): Fossils point to a big family for human ancestors

- Koobi Fora (Kenya): New fossils confirm taxonomic diversity in early Homo

Afrique du Sud : Early human ancestors had more variable diet

Kents Cavern (G-B): The Mysterious Affair

Kanjera South (Kenya): Oldowan Archaeology

Gorillas filmed performing amazing feat of intellectual ability

Chimps Select Smart Tools, Monkeys Intentionally Beg

Reconstructing the diet of African hominid Australopithecus anamensis

Malapa (Afrique du Sud): scientists find most complete pre-human skeleton

- Insights into primate diversity: lessons from the rhesus macaque

Australopithecus sediba had unique diet

Facial mechanics of human speech

La Sima de los Huesos (Espagne):Largest group of fossil humans are Neanderthals after all

Inner ear may hold key to ancient primate behaviour

Genome of the last great ape, the bonobo

Shanidar Cave (Irak): Human Evolution Discoveries

- La Sima de los Huesos (Espagne): Scientists are accused of distorting theory of human evolution by misdating bones

Swartkrans (Afrique du Sud): New Paranthropus fossils revealed

From Hunting and Gathering to Global Transformation

Atapuerca (Espagne): Homo heidelbergensis was only slightly taller than the Neanderthal

Monkey lip smacks provide new insights into the evolution of human speech

Richard Leakey predicts evolution debate will soon be history

Apes have human-like personalities

Lingjing (Chine): Hominids practiced sophisticated hunting techniques

Simulation du climat au Miocène moyen : les conditions environnementales en Europe auraient-elles pu favoriser la migration des Hominoïdes ?

Chimpanzee cultures differ between neighbors

Chimpanzee uses innovative foresighted methods to fool humans

Did Climate Change Shape Human Evolution?

How Humans Became Masters of the Earth

Impact of Carnivory on Human Development

Ileret site (Kenya): Ancient walking gets weirder

Chimpanzee ground nests offer new insight into our ancestors descent from the trees

Les babouins forts en lecture

What Apes and Human Ancestors Can Tell Us About Child-Rearing

Burtele (Ethiopie): discovery of a 3.4 million-year-old partial foot /  Un pied inconnu bouscule l'évolution humaine

Great Rift Valley of East Africa : may have taken much longer to develop than previously believed.

Why our ancestors switched to bipedal power

Was human evolution caused by climate change?

Maludong / Longlin Caves : Fossils have revealed a previously unknown Stone Age people

How We Won the Hominid Wars, and All the Others Died Out

- Blombos Cave (Afrique du Sud) : connections between climate change and human development.

- Chimps able to understand needs of others

Piltdown (G-B) : Piltdown Man: British archaeology's greatest hoax

- Extended synaptic development may explain our cognitive edge over other primates

Gorilla Grins Hint at Origin of Human Smiles

Genetic mutations that boost individual's adaptability have greater chances of getting through to X chromosomes

- Plain faces of primate evolution aid communication

Azmaka (Bulgarie) :Seven-million-year-old tooth from 'pre-human hominid'

Meet the Contenders for Earliest Modern Human

Le rire est le propre de l'homme... et du singe

Asymétries du cerveau communes aux Hommes et aux grands singes

Cultural practices can cause biological evolution

Compared to Neanderthals, Modern Humans Have a Better Sense of Smell

Study of Orangutans Yields New Ideas about Human Evolution

- Hunter–gatherers as prey, predators, and competitors of snakes

Early humans lost fur after developing bipedalism

Chimp markets reveal evolution of friendship

Keys to Human Brain Evolution

Chimp study shows evidence of synaesthesia

Avantage sélectif de se trouver sur le front d'une vague migratoire

Grotta del Cavallo (Italie) : Sapiens montre ses dents

What Did Australopithecines Sound Like? More “Duh” Than “Ugg”

- Origine de la marche commune aux animaux et aux humains

Ice Age hominins' adaptability to climate change

Cooked meat gave ancestors an advantage

Primates leapt to social living

Et les hommes peuplèrent la terre ...

Culture in humans and apes has the same evolutionary roots

Early diets found in fossilized teeth

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