Preview: Study could provide first clues about the social lives of extinct human relatives

Study could provide first clues about the social lives of extinct human relatives

A new study from The Australian National University (ANU) of the bony head-crests of male gorillas could provide some of the first clues about the social structures of our extinct human relatives, including how they chose their sexual partners.

Flawed forensic science may be hampering identification of human remains

Flawed forensic science may be hampering identification of human remains

Origins of Indonesian ‘hobbits’ finally revealed

Origins of Indonesian ‘hobbits’ finally revealed

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