Prehistory

Riaan Rifkin, a prehistoric archaeologist, together with geneticists at the University of Pretoria, South Africa gets down to the root of origins of human disease pathogens in sub-Saharan Africa, the cradle of mankind.
New research suggests that a species of unicorn-like horned rhinos went extinct much later than previously thought.
The discovery actually says something important about modern humans' migration out of Africa.
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Scientists say it could have been a matter of culture.
The newly discovered species may be an ancient relative of giraffes.
Scientists say this prehistoric reptile was unlike any other on the supercontinent Pangea.
The 80-million-year-old toothy lizard is the first of its kind found in South America.
The prehistoric carnivore may have had venom-delivering chompers.
"It may slightly increase the odds of finding a royal tomb, but the uncertainty is what is exciting," Cowgill said in the