Humans broke down their carapaces with pieces of their long bones and rendered their fat over a fire, according to the remains found at a mammoth butchering site.
Ancient human footprints that were initially identified as ghost tracks were left in the present-day Utah desert by an Ice Age human.
Scientists have revealed that, unlike our Neanderthal predecessors, humans evolved the ability to meditate in order to cope with both past and future pressures.
Homo Sapiens, proof of prosperous settlements in Britain earlier than anticipated is provided by flint axes going back to 600,000 years ago.
An international team of specialists examined the DNA of 16 ancient people and discovered that thousands of years ago, a set of Indonesian islands served as a location zone.
Scientists have finally uncovered the identify of a six-foot bird that lay eggs eaten by Australia’s first people, ending the 50,000-year-old Great Egg Controversy.
The weather on the planet is always changing. The temperature of the globe has fluctuated throughout the last two million years. Between the chilly Ice Age epochs, a sequence of warm times occurred. Around 18,000 BC, the last of the Ice Ages reached its apex.
A new Rice University-led study of ancient predator remains reveals new information about how prehistoric humans found – or did not find – food.
The discovery of an ancient molar — a tooth that likely belonged to young girl who lived up to 164,000 years ago in a cave in what is now Laos — is new evidence that the mysterious human lineage dubbed the Denisovans, previously known only from caves in Siberia and China, also lived in Southeast Asia, a new study finds.
The earliest farmers came from a combination of two hunter-gatherer populations during a volatile period, not from a single group as one might imagine.