A shocking discovery made a decade and a half ago is changing our understanding of human evolution
An abundance of rodent remains adds new clues to the fate of the tiny human relative Homo floresiensis on the Indonesian island of Flores.
The tiny Indonesian hominin may have descended from a species that left Africa 2 million years ago
New research says that the tiny, hobbit-like Homo floresiensis evolved much earlier, and were much tinier, than previously thought — shedding new light on human evolution.
The question is, ‘Would the Hobbits have become extinct if humans had never made landfall on Flores?’