In a South African cave, scientists have found the oldest evidence of people acting like modern humans.
A new study of stone tools suggests that ancient Polynesian sea voyagers traveled thousands of miles in their canoes.
Chickens may have crossed the Pacific Ocean along with early Polynesian explorers.
An ancient skeleton from a Chinese cave shows how far humans walked when they left Africa.
Some rocks in Greenland show that Earth’s crust was moving even 3.8 billion years ago.
The remains of a prehistoric village lie near the legendary stone circle in England known as Stonehenge.
Many of Australia’s largest animals died out after people came to the island continent.
Signs carved into a stone slab may represent the earliest known writing in the Americas.
Archaeologists uncover the remains of a Stone Age settlement in the Sahara desert.
The shape of fossil spine bones suggests that ancient human ancestors could speak.