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HOMO HEIDELBERGENSIS:Su nombre científico deriva de la proximidad de la ciudad de Heidelberg (Alemania) al lugar donde fueron hallados los primeros fósiles, lo que subraya el hecho de que se trata de los primeros homo que alcanzaron las estepas del centro y norte de Eurasia. Su anatomía ha sido descrita en gran parte por los restos encontrados en el yacimiento de la Sima de los Huesos en Atapuerca.

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Lucy avait bien un cousin sud-africain

Little foot − Ron Clarke

Frontal view of Ardipithecus ramidus by Jay H. Matternes

Neanderthal flute made ​​of bone, 55,000 years old, found in Slovenia

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Mummification Museum (متحف التحنيط)

To learn how the dead where mummified , it is a great interest as I have a degree in forensic anthropology

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Europe's oldest footprints uncovered on English coast

The earliest human footprints outside of Africa have been uncovered, on the English coast, by a team of scientists led by Queen Mary University of London, the British Museum and the Natural History Museum. Up to five people left the series of footprints in mud on the bank of an ancient river estuary over 800,000 years ago at Happisburgh in northeast Norfolk.

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In Ancient DNA, Evidence of Plague Much Earlier Than Previously Known

In Ancient DNA, Evidence of Plague Much Earlier Than Previously Known - The New York Times - A human skull from the Yamnaya, a nomadic Bronze Age people from western Russia. Scientists theorize that plague epidemics may have enabled the Ymanaya and other groups of people to move into new territories because deaths from plague caused worker shortages.

A Paleolithic mammoth-bone dwelling (16,000 to 12,000 BC) in Mezhyrich, Kyiv oblast.