The near-complete skull of a male Australopithecus anamensis was discovered in Ethiopia's Woranso-Mille excavation area.
Scientists find hunter gatherers used the site for thousands of years.
Skull discovered in a cave in Southern Greece has been identified as Homo sapiens.
Researchers say skull found in a Transylvania cave is clear evidence of interpersonal violence among ancient Europeans.
Remains belonging to one of the biggest birds that ever lived have been discovered in a cave in Crimea.
Researchers say their findings at the 'Ein Qashish site show open-air sites may have been more important to Neanderthals than previously thought.
Using tools to dig for food underground was once thought to be a behavior unique to humans.
Previous estimates based on DNA analysis suggest the two species diverged between 300,000 and 500,000 years ago.
Cannibalism was a highly profitable survival strategy for our ancient ancestors, according to a study.
Our ancestors were subjected to full-strength, undiluted, CFC-free, pure-organic, additive-free natural selection. The biggest recipients were young children, for which evolution had the greatest appetite of all.
Mankind now a species that spends its whole life trying to convince itself that its existence is not absurd.
The 160,000-year-old jawbone suggests the extinct hominins had adapted to life at high-altitude.
We found evidence of hominin settlement in the Sudanese Red Sea area in the form of stone artifacts that suggests this region was a key early dispersal corridor—and possibly the first.
The Neanderthal tooth was found alongside a cave bear bone that may have been carved for a symbolic purpose.
Evolution is a gradual change to the DNA of a species over many generations.
Scientists have created a virtual 3D reconstruction of the spine and ribcage of a 60,000 year old Neanderthal.
The bones are over 100,000 years old—making them the oldest ever to be discovered in the country.
Providing healthcare was a fundamental collaborative survival strategy for Neanderthals, according to researchers.
"Rainforests are very challenging fieldwork environments, not least because the warm and wet conditions mean that very little of the archaeological record survives the test of time."
New findings suggest that modern humans evolved in populations that were scattered across the African continent.
Modern humans first emerged between 200,000 and 300,000 years ago.
The ancestors of modern humans once had a very pronounced ridge on their brow, however, over time, our foreheads gradually became smoother and the eyebrows more visible and versatile.
The human jawbone, which still has teeth, is between 175,000 and 200,000 years old.
This new evidence will result in "a far more sophisticated appreciation" of our evolution.