New discovery could be a game changer for archaeology.
Humans butchered a rhino in a remote part of the Philippines 700,000 years ago, but who were they and how did they get there?
Anthropologists gather clues about how our ancient ancestors lived from their teeth. What will future anthropologists make of us based on the fossilized pearly whites we’ll leave behind?
The way early humans learned to handle food could explain why the majority of people today are right handed.
Despite claims about its age, puzzling combinations of features from Homo naledi gives it an uncanny resemblance to human beings.
The discovery of the oldest modern human-like pinkie bone suggests that hands emerged very early in human evolution.
Stone tools excavated in Kenya date back 3.3 million years – making them about a million years older than the oldest known fossils from our own hominid genus Homo. Who made and used these tools?