A skull found in the 70s turns out to be the first Homo sapiens out of Africa. But the population didn’t last and may have been replaced by Neanderthals.
Portugal was once home to a species of tortoise. Now it isn’t. It turns out the Neanderthals were to blame, wiping them out around 70,000 years ago.
Research reveals that climate change created the perfect conditions for the extinction of Neanderthals and the flourishing of modern humans.
50,000 years before they met humans, climate change nearly killed off Neanderthals. The problem? The weather was getting too nice.
Many homes are fitted with air conditioning, but it turns out the settings you have it dialed into are influenced by evolution.