Human fossils hint at new species The bones, which represent at least five individuals, have been dated to between 11,500 and 14,500 years ago. In general, the individuals had rounded brain cases with prominent brow ridges. Their skull bones were quite thick. Their faces were quite short and flat and tucked under the brain, and they had broad noses.
Red Deer Cave People fossils of what may be a previously unknown human species were uncovered in caves in China. The hominins lived some time between 11,500 and 14,500 years ago, meaning they would have shared the landscape with modern humans when China's earliest farmer were first appearing.
A thigh bone found in China suggests an ancient species of human thought to be long extinct may have survived until as recently as the end of the last Ice Age. The 14,000 year old bone -- found among the remains of China's enigmatic 'Red Deer Cave people' -- has been shown to have features that resemble those of some of the most ancient members of the human genus, Homo, despite its young age. The discovery is expected to be controversial because, until now, it had been thought that the…
Scientists are remaining stubbornly silent about a lost race of giants found in burial mounds near Lake Delavan, Wisconsin, in May 1912. The dig site at Lake Delavan was overseen by Beloit College and it included more than 200 effigy mounds that proved to be classic examples of 8th century Woodland Culture.
Homo habilis fossil skull. These predate homo erectus, living between 1.4 to 2.4 million years ago. Note that the teeth are not like modern apes and monkeys but like modern humans instead, giving more evidence (i.e. on top of bipedalism) that this was a human ancestor and not an early ape.
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