A recently discovered collection of relics has revealed that people settled in Australia 20,000 years before they did in Europe. It was also discovered that humans lived alongside Australia's megafauna.
Ancient July 20, 2017
Based on new carbon aging tests on ancient bones from the Bluefish Caves in Yukon, humans may have been living in North America 10,000 years earlier than previously believed.
Ancient January 17, 2017
A study of stalagmites from a northwestern Madagascar cave showed how human settlement damaged the area's forest a thousand years ago. Drastic changes in the landscape were not really caused by climate change or a natural disaster, as previously thought.
Earth/Environment February 21, 2016
A study found evidence that human activity was potentially instrumental to the extinction of the huge flightless bird Genyornis newtoni. How did these ancient birds live and how did their disappearance affect the Australian megafauna?
Animals January 31, 2016
Barley and wheat may have been essential in occupying the high altitudes of Tibet, but why?
November 23, 2014
Humans may have been living high in the Andes Mountains a thousand years before once thought. What were peple doing up there, where food is scarce and conditions harsh?
Animals October 23, 2014
MS Turanor Planet Solar, the world's largest solar-powered boat, will take part in the TerraSubmersa expedition, which aims to find traces of Europe's first human settlement.
Animals August 6, 2014