Early footprints in Tanzania; modeling Neanderthal extinction; cadaver dogs in archaology; early bone arrowpoint in southern Africa

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Footprints in Tanzania suggest gendered group activities

Competition with modern humans may have been the cause of Neanderthal extinction, new research suggests

Cadaver dogs may become archaeologists’ newest noninvasive tool Article 1, Article 2

Bone arrowpoint in southern Africa gives early date for advanced human cognition