Big science news day! In the morning, the first picture of a black hole. In the afternoon, I’ve got you a new species of extinct human relative that may have stood less than three feet tall.
So many human-like species _almost_ made it to the present, but went extinct in just the last 100,000 years. Here's another newly discovered one....
This is the most exciting science news for today, not the black hole. Expect more new human species be discovered in the coming years.
Scientists discovered the bones of a previously unknown human species that lived at least 50,000 years ago and stood less than 3 feet tall
I guess NEW SPECIES OF HUMAN is the second-biggest science story of the day
In a cave in the Philippines, Scientists discovered the bones of a previously unknown human species that lived at least 50,000 years ago and stood less than 3 feet tall
If Homo luzonensis indeed turns out to be smaller than Homo floresiensis (a k a Hobbits), then what do we nickname them? Micro-hobbits?
In a cave on Luzon Island, in the Philippines, scientists have found the bones of yet another ancient hominin species -- more evidence that the world once was filled with relatives of modern humans.
ICYMI: Homo luzonensis lived 50,000 years ago in the Philippines and may have stood less than three feet tall. Here’s my story on the latest addition to our genus
An Ancient Human Species Lived in This Island Cave WE were speciose a.f.
Welcome new relative Homo luzonensis to the human family tree, as the story of our origins continues to become ever more complex & fascinating. Here's with the lowdown on the latest startling fossil find
Archaeologists in the Philippines have discovered the bones of a previously unknown species, Homo luzonensis, further expanding our family tree
Spending some time in the comments answering questions from readers about Homo luzonensis, the tiny new hominin species
There is more news today than the 1st pictures of a black hole: A New Human Species Once Lived in This Philippine Cave. Archaeologists have turned up the bones of a distantly related species, Homo luzonensis, expanding the human family tree.
The newest member of the hominid tree was 3 foot tall, had 3 roots to their front teeth instead of one, and had single bones in their toes
A New Human Species Once Lived in This Philippine Cave
A new extinct human species has been discovered.
"The discovery adds growing complexity to the story of human evolution. It was not a simple march forward, as it once seemed. Instead, our lineage assumed an exuberant burst of strange forms along the way. "
As I may have mentioned before, it's not that I'm unfit to play professional basketball. My timing was just slightly off.
The hominin spectrum is stretching out at both ends this month!
An Ancient Human Species Is Discovered in a Philippine Cave