All things hominid before 10,000 BP. Sorry Neanderthals we miss you too.
Fossils of 'Hobbit' ancestors reveal probable origin of tiny human cousins | CBC News
This 2015 picture provided by Kinez Riza shows a reconstruction model of Homo floresiensis by Atelier Elisabeth Daynes at Sangiran Museum and the Early Man Site. Researchers say newly-discovered teeth and a jaw fragment, which are about 700,000 years old, have revealed ancestors of Homo floresiensis, also known as 'hobbits.'
Millions of years ago, the jungles of Southeast Asia were home to a veritable King Kong. Yet all we have left of it is a whole load of teeth. According to some estimates it stood 3 metres tall, weighed 540 kg - and might well have stalked the nightmares of the earliest humans to reach China. Its name? Gigantopithecus.
20 Most Fascinating Prehistoric Cave Paintings - Oddee
The Chauvet Cave is located in the Ardèche département, southern France. It became famous in 1994 after a trio of speleologists found that its walls were richly decorated with Paleolithic artwork, that it contained the fossilized remains of many animals, including those that are now extinct, and that the floor preserved the footprints of animals and humans.
Gallery of Cave Art Paintings from the Chauvet Cave
Beautiful drawing of horses facing one another in Chauvet Cave in France. Art dates back 30,000 to 33,000 years. Seeing their artistry in the film "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" by Wernor Herzog is as close as one can get to the art as the caves are not open to the public.
Face of the 26,000-year-old woman! FIRST EVER portrait of a woman was carved into a tusk of a woolly mammoth (and it's smaller than a thumb)
this female figure was sculpted from steatite, also known as soap stone about 20,000 years ago. Found at Grimaldi, Italy, and is on loan from the Musée d'archéologie nationale