Search results for: journal of human evolution

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22 April 2024

First evidence of ancient human occupation found in giant lava tube cave in Saudi Arabia

Recent archaeology uncovers 10,000-year-old relics, including Neolithic to Bronze Age remains and art.

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18 April 2024
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19 July 2022

How did climate change impact early humans?

Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time. It’s also one of the most complex, and scientists are still learning new things about it all the time. One thing that is becoming increasingly clear, however, is that climate change impacts humans and the way we live. This is true today, as it was in the past. However, a key question remains. How did climate change impact early humans?

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26 August 2021
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17 March 2020
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5 March 2019
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28 June 2018

How 70,000 years of human interaction have shaped an icon of wild nature

The critically endangered orangutan - one of humankind’s closest living relatives - has become a symbol of wild nature’s vulnerability in the face of human actions and an icon of rainforest conservation.

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12 April 2018

Humans may have occupied Indonesian site earlier than previously thought

Renewed excavations at a limestone rock-shelter inhabited by ‘Ice Age’ hunter-gatherers on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi have revealed new evidence for earlier human occupation.

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3 April 2018
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26 January 2018
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