- Researchers Reconstruct African Landscape Where Early Humans Lived 1.8M Years Ago
- Ashley noted. “That's never been done before. Mapping was done by analyzing the soils in one geological bed, and in that bed there were bones of two different hominin species.
- Reconstructed African Landscape Reveals Life Was Stressful For Early Humans
- The Paranthropus boisei was a small-brained, stout hominin species while the Homo habilis resembles the modern humans more with lighter bones. The Homo habilis' brain was relatively larger compared to that of the Paranthropus boisei. The two hominin ...
- Researchers reconstructed the Tanzanian landscape humans roamed 1.8 million
- Some 1.8 million years ago, early humans had a pretty good life in what's now known as Tanzania. Researchers have analyzed fossils from Olduvai Gorge to create a detailed picture of the world once inhabited by human ancestors, and it seems the ...
- Early Human Habitat In Tanzania Recreated, Shows Life Was No 'Harmony With
- The two species of hominins, or early humans, are Paranthropus boisei - robust and pretty small-brained - and Homo habilis, a lighter-boned species. Homo habilis had a bigger brain and was more in sync with our human evolutionary tree, according to ...
- Food for Thought: Human Teeth Likely Shrank Due to Tool Use
- Wisdom teeth may have shrunk during human evolution as part of changes that started with human tool use, according to a new study. The research behind this finding could lead to a new way of figuring out how closely related fossil species are to modern ...
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