On the 1st of September 2015, archaeologist, Cecilio Barroso sat before local spanish press at Lucena City Hall to announce the latest discoveries made at
The Oldupai Gorge, the most famous gash in the earth of northern Tanzania. First discovered in 1911, this gorge became the backdrop for some of
The municipality of Chongqing, southwestern China appears to have been a very active area archaeological and zoologically, during the Pleistocene.
Evolution, survival of the individual
Homo neanderthalensis is a hominin that most of you would be familiar with
The picture you conjure up when you hear Middle Jurassic, is one dominated by Dinosaurs, particularly the Tyrannosaurus rex. This is a considerable misconception, since
Morphine is one of the most famous drugs in the world and has brought to an end, the lives of some of the most famous
Most palaeoanthropologists consider the robust australopithecines to be an offshoot of the gracile australopithecines and most are in agreement that the former deserve a separate
A team of palaeontologists have found evidence linking a fossil primate to modern day hominoids (known colloquially as apes).
A South African cave has revealed 14 new fossils for palaeoanthropological analysis which are discussed by Pickering et al (2012) published in the Journal of