THE MUST reads
Around the world, prehistoric people cooked up voles and other rodents on a spit and left behind the burnt bits.
People love to speculate about what body language means — but how valid is the analysis?
Lightning might have jumpstarted Frankenstein, but volcanic activity set our earliest relatives on their evolutionary path.
The 800-year-old skeleton now called Kaakutja, had a long gash in its skull, likely due to a boomerang attack.
Due to a rare genetic mutation, a population based in a region of Northern Ireland may have the highest proportion of giants on Earth.