Modern humans believe they created the singles scene. But, as one of our esteemed presidential candidates would say, 'Wrong.'
We have observed from captive populations that it is still possible for the two apes to mate today, even after more than
The definition of manhood in our sports culture is archaic. It's as if SportsWorld has been frozen in time - Neanderthal time.
Scientists say ancient bed-hopping has left a mark on the human genome.
The discovery actually says something important about modern humans' migration out of Africa.
Scientists say it could have been a matter of culture.
James Rollins is the New York Times-bestselling author known to millions of fans for his speculative adventure fiction. His novels take readers to unknown worlds, and across eons of time, reminiscent of books by Michael Crichton, H.G. Wells, and Isaac Asimov.
Not with the technology available right now. In the next few years, it may be possible to come close, but there are a number of scientific limitations and ethical concerns that arise when you start thinking about this process.
The Daily Mail, in a long writeup of the study, suggests that the Neanderthals were talented enough cooks to compete with
It's still not entirely clear why Neanderthals died out. They might have been simply absorbed through interbreeding. They might not have had sufficient numbers to compete for scarce resources. Or perhaps it had something to do with climate.
Alistair Pike, an archaeologist at the University of Southampton, UK, says that the engravings, if made by Neanderthals, represent
"Now that we are using better techniques, the picture is becoming much more clear in terms of the process by which Neanderthals
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The remains of an ancient human in China not thought to be Neanderthal has an inner ear much like that of humans' closest
"It is the first direct evidence of plant consumption among Neanderthals," study co-author Ainara Sistiaga, a visiting researcher
In an analysis of 17 of those skulls published today in Science, Arsuaga’s team notes that the 430,000-year-old skulls display
We often justify our culture by referring to the ideals of our "forefathers," by which we mean the political, enterprising men who wrote our Constitution. But our true ancestors were the Neanderthals.