Denisovans occupied the Tibetan Plateau 120,000 years before humans and passed on a gene to survive high altitude life
Infant Neanderthal formed teeth before birth and developed them much sooner than modern human kids
Race is a social construct, but the field of human genetics struggles how to accurately describe populations
New data from the famous anthropological site reveal that at least two differently bipedal hominins roamed
Five new hominin fossils from the Denisova Cave are 200,000 years old
The earliest evidence to date of zoonotic disease in a hominin from 50,000 years ago
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