Historical violence in Tasmania: Victorian collector traded human Aboriginal remains and Tasmanian tigers for scientific accolades
An extreme glacial cooling event around 1.1 million years ago challenges the idea of continuous early human occupation of Europe
A new hypothesis for Neanderthal extinction supported by population modelling is put forward in a new study by Anna Degioanni from Aix Marseille Université, France and colleagues, published May 29, 2019 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE.
Mercury found in ancient rock around the world supports theory that eruptions caused ‘Great Dying’ 252 million years ago.
At Tanis in North Dakota’s Hell Creek Formation, paleontologists unearthed animal and fish fossils killed in events triggered by the Chicxulub impact
By re-dating giant ground sloth remains found in the Pampas region, evidence is provided that humans hunted this animal at the end of the Pleistocene