A new theory challenges assumptions about when and how our ancestors altered their behaviors to boost brainpower.
The strength required to access the high calorie content of bone marrow may have played a key role in the evolution of the human hand and explain why primates hands are not like ours.
A young hominin who lived 3.3 million years ago had flexible feet that she could use to climb trees like a chimp, suggesting our ancestors kept this trait for a long time
Ancient hominid evolved upright stance without sacrificing climbing ability.
Findings support view that big brains have evolved from diet rather than long-held theory it is due to social interaction
You’d be amazed how little evidence supports many of our ancient human ancestors. Here are the five species with the fewest fossils