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Scientists have synthesized a new theory that the traits that have allowed humans to adapt and thrive in a variety of varying climate conditions evolved in Africa gradually and at separate times.
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Will humans develop gigantic heads and scrawny bodies as depicted in some films?
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Researchers have claimed that the sediment of Gran Dolina, where the first remains of Homo antecessor were discovered in 1994, is about 900,000 years old.
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Debunking the theory that lighter skin gradually arose in Europeans nearly 40,000 years ago, new research has revealed that it evolved much recently -- only 7,000 years ago.
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A team of researchers have found that brain interactions were different between religious and non-religious subjects.
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A leading geneticist has claimed that human beings are the result of a cross breed between a pig and a chimp.
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A new study suggests that no known hominin is ancestor to the Neanderthals or modern humans.
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A new study has shown for the first time how two tiny molecules regulate a gene implicated in speech and language impairments as well as autism disorders.
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Violence in early human communities was driven by personal conflicts and not from large-scale battles, researchers have suggested.
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Rapid climate change during the Middle Stone Age, between 80,000 and 40,000 years ago, sparked surges in cultural innovation in early modern human populations.
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Did humans descend from "aquatic apes" that spent more time swimming than dragging their knuckles on the ground?
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The fossil specimen of an ape skeleton, which was unearthed in Spain in 2002, has been assigned to a new genus and species, Pierolapithecus catalaunicus.
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