DNA from dirt: Tracing ancient humans found in ’empty’ caves Apr 28th, 2017 10:16 UTC, By further enriching the samples for human-like DNA, however, the scientists were able to detect genetic traces of Denisovans — a mysterious lineage of ancient humans first discovered in a cave in Siberia — and Neanderthals from samples taken at four . Prehistoric human DNA found in caves without bones in 'enormous scientific breakthrough'Express.co.uk Ancient-human genomes plucked from cave dirtNature.com Ancient human DNA found in Ice Age caves — even when bones . The Verge .

Neanderthals in California? Maybe so, provocative study says … Apr 28th, 2017 07:58 UTC, A startling new report asserts that the first known Americans arrived much, much earlier than scientists thought – more than 100000 years ago __ and maybe they .

Neanderthals in California? Maybe so, provocative study says (Apr 2017), NEW YORK (AP) – A startling new report asserts that the first known Americans arrived much, much earlier than scientists thought – more than 100,000 years ago __ and maybe they were Neanderthals. If true, the finding would far surpass . The . A 130,000-year-old archaeological site in southern California, USA : Nature : Nature ResearchNature A 130,000-year-old archaeological site in southern California, USA : Nature : Nature ResearchNature theNAT | PaleoServices Staff – San Diego Natural History MuseumSan Diego Natural History Museum .

The first Brexit: Submerged landscapes of the North Sea and Channel (Apr 2017), The North Sea and the English Channel contained a fertile landscape with several large European rivers where the humans lived and hunted.

Study: Humans arrived in North America much earlier than first thought (Apr 2017), The researchers speculate that these early Californians could have instead been species known only from fossils in Europe, Africa and Asia: Neanderthals, a little-known group called Denisovans, or another human forerunner named Homo erectus.

SoCal dig could rewrite history of humans in Americas – KABC on 27th of Apr 2017, A startling new report based on evidence uncovered in Southern California 25 years ago asserts that the first known Americans arrived much, much earlier than scientists thought – more than 100,000 years ago – and maybe they were Neanderthals.

The new Neanderthals – Macleans.ca (Apr 2017), Macleans.ca 'Nana & Flint' are forensic reconstructions of the Gibraltar 1 (Forbes' Quarry, 1848) and Gibraltar 2 (Devil's Tower Shelter Cave, 1926) Neanderthal fossils by Dutch artists Kennis & Kennis. (S. Finlayson).