New archeological and forensic evidence reveals that the first settlers in Virginia's Jamestown Colony resorted to cannibalism during the "Starving Time" winter of 1609, scientists announced Wednesday.
Share this:MessageToEagle.com – Evolutionary scientists are trying to re-construct the ancient world and identify four other human species that lived alongside modern humans. Recent archaeological discoveries are rewriting the story of human origins after uncovering new human species and surprising evidence of complex behavior. Scientists have been able to determine that Neanderthals and Denisovans, interbred …
New member of the family: The finding has provided a challenge for the scientists who have been tasked with the bones' analysis, Dr Stronger added: 'Some of Homo naledi's features, such as its hands, wrist and feet, are very similar to those of modern humans' (reconstruction of new species Homo naledi pictured)
The Cumberland Gap is a key passageway to lower and central Appalachia. The natural junction was a site well-known to Native Americans throughout the centuries. Upon physician and explorer Dr. Thomas Walker’s praise, the pass was expanded by a team of loggers led by none other than Daniel Boone.