Genome of Denisovan cave girl sheds light on human ancestry. The only fossil evidence of Denisovans found to date is this tooth, another molar & the finger bone used in the recent study to sequence the genome
Decoding the Black Death: Anthropologist finds clues in medieval skeletons
A molar tooth belonging to a Denisovan, thought to be a new branch of ancient humans. A finger bone from Siberia (found in the Denisov cave) now reveals a previously unknown group of ancient humans once existed there, one neither like us nor Neanderthals.
Tourist takes pictures of a BIZARRE sea creature in a cave in Corfu
Four decades ago, in the Koobi Fora Research Project (KFRP) discovered the enigmatic fossilized skull known as KNM-ER or for short, which ignited a now long-standing debate about how many different species of early Homo
The 'father of humanity' lived 239,000 years ago, claims genetic study
A mysterious extinct branch of the human family tree that once interbred with modern humans was more genetically diverse than Neanderthals, a finding that suggests many of these extinct humans called Denisovans existed in what is now southern Siberia.