When Australopithecus sediba was first found they seemed surprisingly similar to us. Since then, one key difference has been discovered: they walk weird
When humans and Neanderthals interbred we inherited some genes that were beneficial to us. Could it be because they protected us from Neanderthal diseases?
50,000 years before they met humans, climate change nearly killed off Neanderthals. The problem? The weather was getting too nice.
The Cerutti Mastodon site is potentially 130,000 year old evidence of humans in America, predating known occupations by 100,000 years. Is it right?
Many homes are fitted with air conditioning, but it turns out the settings you have it dialed into are influenced by evolution.