Possible Cave “Proto-Writing” Challenges Slow Evolution of Human Consciousness
London-based wood carving conservator Ben Bacon has, with academic colleagues, shaken up Ice Age paleontology.
Neanderthals Had a Thing for Eagles — And Hyenas
However, Neanderthals are not thought, based on current evidence, to have had much interest in dogs.
Early Humans Were More Sophisticated than We Thought
Neanderthals were not just downing raw hunks of meat 70,000 years ago, as many of us have assumed.
Human Origins: All in the Family
If a Neanderthal walked down the street, appropriately dressed, you probably wouldn’t notice.
Do Fossils Demonstrate Human Evolution? Let’s Consider the Technical Literature
Far from “a nice clean example” of “gradualistic evolutionary change” that has “no gaps,” the fossil record shows a dramatic discontinuity.