Researchers found unknown species in the Qingjiang Fossil Site on the Danshui River near its Qingjiang River Junction in Hubei Province, China.
During a study of the ancient Iberian population, the remains of a man and woman buried together in a place in the Spanish Bronze Age, called Castilejo de Bonne, showed that the woman was native and the man's newest ancestors came from the Central Europe.
The Daringington Walls are a late Neolithic Hens in Wiltshire. The bones of pigs found on the ground revealed that humans and livestock traveled hundreds of miles for feasting and celebrating.
An artist's impression of the herd of Galleonosaurus dorisae on the shores of the Australian-Antarctic reef valley 1
The tooth of a missing giant sloth who lived in Belize 27,000 years ago revealed that the area is dry, not the jungle, as it is today.
the artist's illustration of how the little Tyrannosaurus Moros intropeed appeared 96 million years ago. These little predators will ultimately become Tyrannosaurus rex.
Examples of tools made from monkey and teeth bones recovered from the late Pleistocene layers of the Fa-Hien Lena cave in Sri Lanka show that early humans have used sophisticated techniques for monkey and squirrel hunt. 19659002] Impressions that are believed to belong to Neanderthals are found in the Catalan sand dune.
Two of the fossil specimens found in Korea had reflective eyes, something that is still visible in light.
Illustration of the painter of Minawavka titanosaurus with long throats of the middle-ear period, recently discovered in Tanzania. Her tail vertebrae has a unique shape of the heart that contributes to his name. On swahili, the name is translated as "an animal from Mutua with a tail shaped heart."
The oldest evidence of mobility is 2.1 billion years old and is found in Gabon. Pipes found in black shale are filled with pyrite crystals generated by the transformation of biological tissue from bacteria found in layers of clay minerals. By using nuclear sediment nuclei, they have found that it is actually warmer than previously thought. They teach in several places, including the reproduction of the 21st century Thjodhild church at Erik the Red, known as Brattahlíð, in today's Qassiarsuk, Greenland.
This is an illustration of the artist of Antarctica 250 million years ago. Recently discovered fossils of a relative dinosaur, Antarctanax shackletoni, reveal that the reptiles lived among the various wild animals in Antarctica after mass extinction.
Bone dots and pierced teeth found in the Denisova cave are dated from the early Upper Paleolithic. A new study establishes the history of the cave and it has sheltered the first known people 300,000 years ago.
Illustration of this artist shows a sea reptile, similar to hunting of a bird in twilight. This chicken is the first reptile that has unusually small eyes that most likely require him to use other senses such as the tactile sense of his patter to hunt prey. lasers pigment, called ultramarine, in the dental plaque of the lower jaw of a medieval woman.
Neanderthal fossil, left, and modern human skeleton. It is believed that Neanderthals show a high degree of trauma compared to modern humans, but a new study shows that the head trauma was consistent for both.
The oldest figurative picture in the world from Borneo dates back 40,000 years ago when people living on what is now known as the third largest island on Earth.
An 250-year-old neanderthal child has an unprecedented record for the birth, lactation, illness and lead exposures during the first three years of his life.
Illustration of the artist shows giant night-birds elephant Madagascar's ancient forests at night. A new study shows that already extinct birds were nocturnal and blind.
Kebara 2 is the most complete Neanderthal fossil found so far. It was found in the Kebara Cave in Israel, where other Neanderthal remains were found.
The oldest unspoiled shipwreck in the world was discovered by a research team in the Black Sea. This is a Greek merchant ship dated 400 BC. The vessel has been researched and digitally mapped by two remote underwater vehicles
This fossil is a new fish resembling piranhas from the Jurassic period with sharp, pointed teeth. Perhaps he was eating the fins of other fish.
The fossil skull of the young graduate, known as Andrew, owned by Kerry Woodruff, director of paleontology at the Museum of the Dinosaurs in the Great Plains.
Two small bones from Ciemna Cave in Poland are the oldest human remains. in the country. The condition of the bones also suggests that the child is eaten by a large bird.
Illustration of this artist shows the recently discovered species of dinosaurs Ledumahadi mafube that feed in the early South African jurassic. Heterodontosaurus, another South African dinosaur, can also be seen in the foreground. cave in South Africa.
A set of medium Neolithic ceramics, including typical Danilo, figulina, and kicking products that have been used to store meat, milk, cheese and yoghurt.
These four dinosaurs demonstrate the evolution of the alvarezuri. On the left, Haplocheirus, Xiyunykus, Bannykus and Shuvuuia reveal jaw extension, tooth reduction and hand and arm changes
Eorhynchochelys sinensis is an early turtle that lived 228 million years ago.
The bones of the feet at the age of 7, discovered by an ancient Roman cemetery, show bending and deformations associated with rickets.
The famous statues of the Easter islands, called moai, were originally whole body data that were partially covered over time. They represent important ancestors of Rap Nui and are carved after the island was established a population 900 years ago.
Researchers are at the site of Abu's Hole 7, where cremated human remains are found in Stonehenge to be explored. New research shows that 40% of 25 people buried in Stonehenge were not there – but eventually transported stones from West Wales and helped build it.
The fossil of the newly discovered armored dinosaur Akainacephalus johnsoni is found in southern Utah.
The foot is part of a partial skeleton of a 3.32 million year old skeleton of a child of Australopithecus afarensis, called Selam.
The asteroid impact that has led the dinosaurs to disappear, destroys the global forests, according to a new study. This illustration shows one of the few earth birds that have survived the toxic environment and mass extinction.
Remains of a rhinoceros killed help the researchers until the early people arrived in the Philippines. They found 75% of a full rhinoceros skeleton that was clearly killed, with 13 of his bones showing traces and places where the bones were struck to free the bone marrow at the Caloundra archaeological site on Luson Island.
One of the 26 people found at the site of fifth century massacre on the Swedish Island of Holland. This adolescent is found lying on one side, which implies a slower death. Other skeletons found in the homes and streets of the ring at Sandbie Borg show signs of sudden death from headaches.
The skeleton of a young woman and its fruit are found in a brick casket of medieval Italy. Her skull shows an example of neurosurgery, and her child was extruded after death in a rare "coffin birth". Some of the pieces are 3 feet long.
A stone cow skull shows trepanation, a hole in the skull created by people as a surgical intervention or experiment.
Left is the fossil skull of our Hominid Homo heidelbergensis, who lived 200,000 to 600,000 years ago. On the right is a modern human skull. Hominins have pronounced ridges on the forehead, but modern people develop mobile eyebrows when the shape of their face becomes smaller. To the right is a digital reinforcement image showing the detail of the print.
A central platform at Star Carr in North Yorkshire, England, was excavated by a research team studying past events related to climate change in the Middle Stone Age region. The Star Karr site is home to the oldest evidence of carpentry in Europe and the structures built in the UK. Researchers have been studying archeopteryx fossils for 150 years, but new X-ray data show that the dinosaur, similar to birds, may have been an "active flyer."
This wall of paintings is in La Pasie cave in Spain, the shape of the ladder of the red horizontal and vertical lines is more than 64,000 years old and made by Neanderthals. Researchers believe that they have served to ornament the body for Neanderthals.
The earliest modern human fossil ever found outside of Africa was discovered in Israel. This suggests that modern people have left Africa at least 50,000 years earlier than before. The upper jawbone, including a few tooth, was found in a prehistoric cave
This is a dilapidated structure at the northern end of the Grand Plaza in Teposolula-Yukunda in Oaxaca, Mexico. Researchers are investigating a cemetery related to an epidemic of 1545-1550. New analysis shows that salmonella caused a typhus epidemic
Standing about 4 feet, the early human ancestor Paranthropus boisei had a small brain and a wide, container-like face. It is best known for having large teeth and heavy muscles.