Préhistoire 8

- Kula (Turquie): Volcanic eruption witnessed by prehistoric humans

- Pilauco (Chili): Footprint found is 'oldest' in Americas

- Hominids may have hunted rabbits as far back as 400,000 years ago

Pilauco (Chili): Geologic evidence supports theory that major cosmic impact event occurred approximately 12,800 years ago

Moussey (France): une présence humaine confirmée dès le Paléolithiqie Supérieur

Swan Point (Alaska) : Indigenous oral history gives archeologists insight into early human life

Stone Age Europe's Population Could Have Fit Into A Mid-Sized Cruise Ship, Says Study

Fa-Hien Lena (Sri Lanka): The monkey hunters: Humans colonize South Asian rainforest by hunting primates

Humans colonized diverse environments in Southeast Asia and Oceania during the Pleistocene

Shubayqa 6 (Jordanie):11,500-year-old animal bones isuggest early dogs helped humans hunt

Lubang Jeriji Saléh cave (Borneo) : World's 'oldest figurative painting' discovered

Karnatukul (Australie) : Humans braved hostile desert thousands of years earlier than thought

Tafouralt (Maroc) : La grotte des pigeons livre de nouveaux trésors

Co Longford (Irlande) : hunter-gatherers may have become ill from undercooked fish

Shangchen (Chine) :Stone tools age Asia's first Homo presence

Gault site (USA) : research pushes back date of earliest North Americans

- The origins of pottery linked with intensified fishing in the post-glacial period

Atapuerca Gran Dolina (Espagne) : Europe's oldest human fossil could be almost 1 million years old

In ancient boulders, new clues about the story of human migration to the Americas

People voyaged to Australia by boat more than 50,000 years ago

Simulating the prehistoric use of fire through computer models

New research shows Prehistoric hunter-gatherers were the first people to ride horses and explores its impact on migration and languages

Panga ya Saidi (Kenya) : cave sheds new light on dawn of modern man

Early Middle-Eastern culture had a thing for gazelle scapula

White Sands (USA) : Human-sloth hunt hinted at in 15,000-year-old footprints