The island of Andros in the Bahamas is a mystical place. It is a tropical, sun-kissed land of clear blue seas and pristine, white sand beaches. Possessing immense biological and geographical diversity, with a wide range of habitats across an … Continue reading
Scientists have concluded that Neanderthals were not the primitive dimwits they are commonly portrayed to have been. The view of Neanderthals as club-wielding brutes is one of the most enduring stereotypes in science, but researchers who trawled the archaeological evidence … Continue reading
Listen up Fido! The brains of humans and dogs respond in the same way to vocal sounds like laughter and barking. The finding suggests that the voice processing area of the brain evolved only once, at least 100 million years … Continue reading
“It had mtDNA (mitochondrial DNA) with mutations unknown in any human, primate, or animal known so far. But a few fragments I was able to sequence from this sample indicate that if these mutations will hold we are dealing with … Continue reading
I have always intuitively felt, and some of my research has hinted, that modern humans have been around a lot longer than the conventional wisdom holds. Hopefully, I will live long enough to see more proof of this revealed. A … Continue reading
Dolphins see the world in a similar way to humans according to new research. Despite living in such different environments, the study concluded that dolphins, humans and chimpanzees perceive the world “in fundamentally similar ways”. Researchers at the University of … Continue reading
Cuatro Ciénegas via Oldest Human Footprints in North America Identified | Western Digs.
BBC News – ‘Earliest shrine’ uncovered at Buddha’s birthplace.
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