First person account of daily life during the Upper Paleolithic period - between 40,000 and 8,500 years ago. Covers climate, lifestyle, tools, art, and religion.
When does human history begin? If we seek help from anthropology, then we find that the first animals of the homininans appeared in Africa around 6 million years ago and the first Homo sapiens appeared 600,000 to 200,000 years ago, also in Africa. ...
The world's biggest snake ever lived only a few million years after the T-Rex. This prehistoric monster snake is called Titanaboa because it was a Titanic-sized boa constrictor!
A brief look at the culture of the Prehistoric Era
Clothing of Neolithic people was warn for warmth, modesty, symbolism, or status. Evidence of weaving predates agriculture and textile use is mush older than previously thought.
Poulnabrone Dolmen, County Clare, Ireland. 4000-3000 BC- Dolmen means stone table Before the onset of the New Stone Age, humanity lived in minuscule groupings without permanent homes. Their societies were mobile, endlessly making their way through...
Have you ever wondered what killed the dinosaurs? Could ancient aliens have exterminated the dinosaurs so people could live? Please read this article and find out.
What was daily life like during the Middle Paleolithic era? Explore our ancestors who lived between 300,000 and 400,000 years ago: their lives, tools, art, and religion.
The greatest revolution of the Neolithic age was the advent of farming – in just a few thousand years humans shed their hunter gatherers life which they had been carrying on for millions of years....
The Tyrannosaurus rex and the Albertosaurus were a terrible twosome, alongside other therapods, they were a massive threat for the innocent herbivores. Learn the features and characters of these vicious creatures ever to live on the face of the earth.