Insights into the behavioral capabilities of ancient human relatives are beginning to show that some of the abilities we consider human go surprisingly deep in our ancestry.
A fossil from Bouri, Ethiopia, represents an individual whose skull was processed after his death.
A chapter that presents some of the key topics shaping our continuing investigations of the Rising Star cave system.
An exchange of views in the Journal of Human Evolution includes an examination of evidence about how skeletons ended up in the Dinaledi Chamber.
Work by Marta Fiacconi and Chris Hunt provides new knowledge of the ways that pollen may have entered the Neandertal site.