`It is perfectly possible that Homo genus evolved in Asia'
Bernard A Wood is University Professor of Human Origins at the Centre for Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology, George Washington University, USA.…
What would happen if humans had flat feet?
The transversal arch, absent in modern-day gorillas and chimpanzees, developed in humans around 3.4 million year ago
Kalinga frog in Western Ghats shows physical differences from Eastern Ghats counterpart
Scientists claim the morphological phenotypic plasticity found in the Kalinga cricket frog is first such in India
How much evidence is enough to declare a new species of human from a Philippines cave site?
There is no reason to expect human evolution to have been any different to the evolution of other animals
When did Homo erectus die out?
A fresh look at the demise of an ancient human species over 100,000 years ago
Taxonomical tumult: Confusion about animal names hindering fight against wildlife crime
India’s wildlife law has not incorporated new scientific discoveries and understandings, which is leading to confusion and chaos in …
How smart were our ancestors? Turns out the answer isn’t in brain size, but blood flow
Skulls hold clues to intelligence, says this physiology professor