A huge prehistoric gathering place for rituals was uncovered near the Stonehenge. Could this new discovery shed light on the real purpose of the Stonehenge?
Teeth may actually predict human evolution.
Researchers found that the mystery 'hobbits' from the island of Flores are not Homo sapiens. They belong to a different species.
Researchers have uncovered new evidence, which indicates that human and gorillas split 10 million years ago. The team found nine gorilla teeth fossils from 8 million years ago in Ethiopia's Chorora Formation, which is shedding new light on the human-gorilla split.
Study finds that early human ancestors evolved and travelled landmasses by sharing their technology and culture.
Study finds that Neanderthals went extinct due to cultural superiority of humans, during a period when modern humans from Africa began arriving in Europe.
Researchers have conducted a 10-year project to study the long-term effects that humans have on land, which may also reveal why communities survive or fail.
Scientists discovered 118,000-years-old stone-aged tools on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.
Prehistoric human populations may have actually grown in the same way-whether they were in North America or Europe.
A 14,000-year-old thigh bone that was found in China is shedding new light on an ancient species of humans that became extinct at the end of the last Ice Age.
Bonobos may have entered the Stone Age. For the first time ever, scientists have seen bonobos making sophisticated use of pre-agricultural tools in a way that's similar to what archaic pre-humans once did.