African fossils

Genes from South African fossils suggest humans emerged close to 300,000 years ago

KwaZulu-Natal in Southern Africa is where some human remains were found and a detailed analysis of the genes made some startling revelations.

DNA SUPPORTS EARLY EVOLUTION OF HOMO SAPIENS

A new study has been discovered which breaks apart all the notions. It is suggests the timeline of homo sapiens. The paper was made public in Science on 28th September, where the researchers concluded that the homo sapiens has first existed almost 2,60,000 to 3,50,000 years prior. The new fossil found in Morocco dates back to 3,00,000 years ago. This pushes the timeline of homo sapiens a further back.

THE ANCIENT INFANT APE SKULL FOUND SHEDS LIGHT ON THE ANCESTOR OF ALL THE HUMANS

Scientists in Kenya have uncovered a preserved skull of Miocene Ape found in Africa in a perfect condition which used to exist around 23 billion years ago (the time before the apes and humans had separated their race).