Learn from our ancestors when it comes to good parenting.
A new study suggests that Neanderthal children experienced strong emotional attachments with their immediate social group, used play to develop skills and played a significant role in their society.
Neanderthal fossils, found in an Italian cave in the 1980s, are actually remains of medieval humans, a new research has found.
A tiny toebone from a Neanderthal woman who lived around 50,000 years ago has shown that several branches of early humans interbred before a single group, Homo sapiens, rose to dominate.
Neanderthals, like modern humans, had separate areas in their shelters dedicated to various activities and household chores, according to a new study.
Early humans butchered their rivals, breaking open their skulls and bones to extract the marrow, a study has revealed.
Ancient viruses from Neanderthals dating back 500,000 years have been found in modern human DNA, Oxford scientists say.
Our closest cousins - the Neanderthals - may have shared speech and language with modern humans, a new research suggests.
The first case of a bone tumour of the ribs in a Neanderthal specimen reveals that at least one Neanderthal suffered a cancer that is common in modern-day humans, according to a new research.
Scientists have discovered 14 specimens of Neanderthal remains, including bones of children and adults, in a cave in Greece.
The skeletal remains of an individual that lived 40,000-30,000 years ago were found in northern Italy and are believed to be that of a human/Neanderthal hybrid.
German scientists have completed the first high-quality sequencing of a Neanderthal genome, and made it freely available online to the scientific community.
Life-like models of the three human ancestors - Australopithecus Afarensis, Homo Erectus and Neanderthal man - have been re-created in 3-D from ancient bones.
Modern Europeans interbred with Neanderthals as recently as 37,000 years ago, a new research has found.
Neanderthals may have lived side by side with early humans and possibly interbred with them, a new study has claimed.
Crude paintings found in a Spanish cave have been found to be the oldest in the world.
Our close friendship with dogs tipped the balance in favour of modern man over the Neanderthals, who had previously occupied present-day Europe.
Neanderthals may have used the seas as a highway centuries before modern humans managed the same trick, researchers in Greece say.
In some parts of the world, up to 4% of people’s DNA comes from the short, stocky cavemen.
Remains of the youngest Neanderthal ever found suggest that they were large, sturdy and toothy.
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