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Neanderthals used their thumbs differently
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 11-29-2020 | 2 comments
A new study has revealed that Neanderthals had thumbs that were much better suited for power gripping.




Skull of human ancestor found in South Africa
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 11-10-2020 | 3 comments
Dating back 2 million years, the skull belonged to an early human cousin called Paranthropus robustus.




Dinosaurs crossed hundreds of miles of ocean
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 11-7-2020 | 1 comment
A chance fossil discovery in Morocco has indicated that some dinosaurs swam vast distances across the sea.




Were modern humans and Neanderthals at war ?
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 11-3-2020 | 5 comments
War and conflict may have been an intrinsic part of the lives of our ancestors for over 100,000 years.




Prehistoric sperm found trapped inside amber
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 9-16-2020 | 7 comments
Scientists have identified 100 million-year-old sperm cells perfectly preserved within fossilized tree resin.




Can a human outrun a Tyrannosaurus rex ?
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 9-13-2020 | 27 comments
New research has suggested that you might actually stand a chance of escaping a rampaging T.




New species of prehistoric fossil ape unearthed
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 9-10-2020 | 8 comments
Palaeontologists have discovered what is thought to be the earliest known ancestor of the modern-day gibbon.




True scale of the Megalodon shark revealed
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 9-3-2020 | 8 comments
This gargantuan prehistoric shark was so large that a human standing on its back would be the size of its fin.




Bronze Age Brits turned bones into instruments
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 9-1-2020 | 6 comments
During the Bronze Age, our ancestors would sometimes turn the bones of their relatives into musical instruments.




When did humans first learn to create fire ?
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 8-26-2020 | 12 comments
Fire is one of mankind's most fundamental technological discoveries - but just how long ago did we discover it ?.

 
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