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Anthropology

'People define themselves by which country they’re from, and they assume that their ancestors were just like them.'
Researchers have found that Neanderthals passed on a lot more traits than you might think including skin tone, hair colour
The ruins north of Mexico City remain shrouded in mystery. Teotihuacan had its apex between 100 BC and AD 750, with about
The gene that increases your likelihood to suffer from arthritis could also be the gene that helped humans survive through
A new analysis reveals that some, but not all, Neanderthals were meat lovers.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Thousands of Native American demonstrators and their supporters marched to the White House on Friday
CANNON BALL, N.D. — Officers on Thursday arrested 46 protesters and forced out all other people who remained in a camp that
Jamie Hiscock of East Sussex, England has a knack for spotting incredibly preserved remnants of life.
A centuries-old skeleton unearthed two years ago in an Australian national park is being called the first known victim of
In the 25 years since hikers stumbled upon his mummified remains high in the Italian Alps, Otzi the Iceman has given up many