Scientists have discovered the earliest set of human footprints in North America. The 13,000-year-old footprints were found on the short of Calvert Island in British Columbia, Canada.
Ancient March 28, 2018
Prehistoric women were doing all sorts of laborious farm work during their time. That’s why their bones were much stronger than most athletes at present, including a modern rower’s.
Medicine November 30, 2017
The extinction of cave lions might have been due to the hunting spree of Upper Paleolithic humans, who used the animals' pelt as home decor and for ritualistic purposes, according to a new study.
Animals October 27, 2016
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