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Human Evolution: (AHOB) Ancient Britons Were Earliest Northern Europeans

Human Evolution: (AHOB) Ancient Britons Were Earliest Northern Europeans

The AHOB project, funded by Leverhulme Trust, directed by Chris Stringer, human evolution expert of the Natural History Museum, UK – aimed to discover the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain (AHOB). In 2010 it was discovered that ancient Britons could have been the earliest Northern Europeans.

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Chicken Bone DNA Could Hint Early Polynesian Migration to South America

Chicken Bone DNA Could Hint Early Polynesian Migration to South America

A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA spearheaded by the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA (ACAD) of the University of Adelaide shows previous claims of the contact between the ancient South Americans and the Polynesians through revealing a new DNA of Polynesian chickens that only had existed in the(…)

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Evolutionary Theory: Descendants of Apes vs the Work of God Debate

Evolutionary Theory: Descendants of Apes vs the Work of God Debate

British naturalist, Charles Darwin, author of the book – ‘On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection’ (Often refered to as The Origin of Species) set out ideas as to how species evolved throughout time. He proposed that natural selection drove change and all life was interconnected. From this he concluded that us(…)

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Human Evolution: Australopithecus Africanus

Human Evolution: Australopithecus Africanus

At this current time it is estimated that the first members of the human family (hominins) lived in Africa about six or seven million years ago. Although almost completely ape-like, it’s believed this is when human evolution began and these ape-like species began adapting for reasons still unknown yet, but adapting/evolving into the people that(…)

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Human Evolution: Neanderthals (Homo Neanderthalensis)

Human Evolution: Neanderthals (Homo Neanderthalensis)

At this current time it is estimated that the first members of the human family (hominins) lived in Africa about six or seven million years ago. Although almost completely ape-like, its believed this is when human evolution began, and these ape-like species began adapting for reasons still unknown yet, but adapting/evolving into the people that we(…)

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