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Parte inferior de la cara del llamado “Chico de la Gran Dolina”, ATD6-69, con caracteres casi totalmente modernos (850.000 años de antigüedad).

Parte inferior de la cara del llamado “Chico de la Gran Dolina”, ATD6-69, con caracteres casi totalmente modernos (850.000 años de antigüedad).

Científicos buscan a una mujer voluntaria para que de a luz a un Neandertal clonado.

Científicos buscan a una mujer voluntaria para que de a luz a un Neandertal clonado.

Otzi, the Ice Man of the Alps who was discovered in 1991.  His mummy, created by having been covered with glacial ice shortly after his death, is the oldest known human skin ever discovered – 5,300 years old – and it is tattooed.  Otzi has 59 separate tattoos

Otzi, the Ice Man of the Alps who was discovered in 1991. His mummy, created by having been covered with glacial ice shortly after his death, is the oldest known human skin ever discovered – 5,300 years old – and it is tattooed. Otzi has 59 separate tattoos

Folktales from the Indonesian island of Flores tell of a mysterious race of little people called the "Ebu Gogo," who abducted children and spoke in murmurs. Scientists began to take the myths more seriously when in 2003, the remains of a new humanoid species called Homo floresiensis was discovered in caves on the island. Fossil dating suggests that H. floresiensis may have lived alongside modern humans as recently as 12,000 years ago.

Rumor or Reality: The Creatures of Cryptozoology

Folktales from the Indonesian island of Flores tell of a mysterious race of little people called the "Ebu Gogo," who abducted children and spoke in murmurs. Scientists began to take the myths more seriously when in 2003, the remains of a new humanoid species called Homo floresiensis was discovered in caves on the island. Fossil dating suggests that H. floresiensis may have lived alongside modern humans as recently as 12,000 years ago.

¿Qué podemos saber del cerebro de nuestros ancestros? | Reflexiones de un primate

¿Qué podemos saber del cerebro de nuestros ancestros? | Reflexiones de un primate

Homo floresiensis , es una especie extinta del género Homo que habitó hasta hace pocos miles de años en la isla indonesia de Flores. Descrita en 2004, es extraordinaria por el pequeño tamaño de su cuerpo y su cerebro, y por su reciente desaparición, pues ha sido contemporánea de los humanos modernos

Homo floresiensis , es una especie extinta del género Homo que habitó hasta hace pocos miles de años en la isla indonesia de Flores. Descrita en 2004, es extraordinaria por el pequeño tamaño de su cuerpo y su cerebro, y por su reciente desaparición, pues ha sido contemporánea de los humanos modernos

Archaeologists

Archaeologists

Skhul Cave (Israel). "The site contains the purposeful burial of several early modern humans, which all fall within the time range of 100-130,000 years ago.... Naturally perforated shells were discovered associated with the burials, including Nassarius gibbosuslus, Acanthocardia deshayesii, Laevicardium crassum, and Pecten jacobaeus, and are interpreted by scholars as purposeful ornamentation."

Skhul Cave (Israel)

Skhul Cave (Israel). "The site contains the purposeful burial of several early modern humans, which all fall within the time range of 100-130,000 years ago.... Naturally perforated shells were discovered associated with the burials, including Nassarius gibbosuslus, Acanthocardia deshayesii, Laevicardium crassum, and Pecten jacobaeus, and are interpreted by scholars as purposeful ornamentation."

Jawbone Added to 'Hobbit' Evidence

Image Gallery: A Real-Life Hobbit

Jawbone Added to 'Hobbit' Evidence

Hut made of mammoth bones attributed to Cro-Magnon. Mezhirich, Ukraine. Built aprox. 15 000 years ago

Hut made of mammoth bones attributed to Cro-Magnon. Mezhirich, Ukraine. Built aprox. 15 000 years ago

Cranium of Paranthropus boisei

Cranium of Paranthropus boisei

New Study Shows Brain-damaged Child Was Well Cared for 100,000 Years Ago  --  A new study has revealed the discovery of a Paleolithic child who appears to have suffered extensive brain damage after an injury, but survived for years afterwards.  People must have spent years looking after the child. The finding dispels beliefs that parenting in the Paleolithic was excessively harsh. Click through for the article in its entirety.

New Study Shows Brain-damaged Child Was Well Cared for 100,000 Years Ago -- A new study has revealed the discovery of a Paleolithic child who appears to have suffered extensive brain damage after an injury, but survived for years afterwards. People must have spent years looking after the child. The finding dispels beliefs that parenting in the Paleolithic was excessively harsh. Click through for the article in its entirety.

Ancient Indians migrated to Australia and mixed with Aborigines 4,000 years ago, bringing the dingo's ancestor with them, according to new research that re-evaluates the continent's long isolation before European settlement.  The vast southern continent was thought to have been cut off from other populations until Europeans landed at the end of the 1700s, but the latest genetic and archaeological evidence throws that theory out.

Ancient Indians migrated to Australia and mixed with Aborigines 4,000 years ago, bringing the dingo's ancestor with them, according to new research that re-evaluates the continent's long isolation before European settlement. The vast southern continent was thought to have been cut off from other populations until Europeans landed at the end of the 1700s, but the latest genetic and archaeological evidence throws that theory out.

"Ten fossils that trace the story of human origins. Scientists piece together humanity's history from a growing fossil record."  Pictured: Sahelanthropus tchadensis and nicknamed Toumai, a fossil from Africa's Rift Valley that may or may not turn out to be "the earliest-known ancestor of modern humans."

"Ten fossils that trace the story of human origins. Scientists piece together humanity's history from a growing fossil record." Pictured: Sahelanthropus tchadensis and nicknamed Toumai, a fossil from Africa's Rift Valley that may or may not turn out to be "the earliest-known ancestor of modern humans."

Britain's Oldest Surviving Human Brain - The Head Was Cut From The Body About 2,600 Years Ago - MessageToEagle.com

Britain's Oldest Surviving Human Brain - The Head Was Cut From The Body About 2,600 Years Ago - MessageToEagle.com

Olduvai Gorge in Ngorongoro Crater: The Leakey’s found remains of hominids belonging to earlier species of the genus Homo (the same genus that modern humans belong to—Homo sapiens) in Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. One of these hominids was named Homo habilis.

Olduvai Gorge in Ngorongoro Crater: The Leakey’s found remains of hominids belonging to earlier species of the genus Homo (the same genus that modern humans belong to—Homo sapiens) in Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. One of these hominids was named Homo habilis.