Scientists thought Neanderthals might have created tools from a cave in what's now Bulgaria, but new research shows Homo sapiens may deserve credit.
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The small Homo erectus cranium and diverse stone tools suggest our ancestors were more varied, both physically and behaviorally, than previously known.
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The tiny stone tools of our prehistoric ancestors were like the disposable razor blades or paperclips of today—pervasive, easy to make, and easily replaced.
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Carved stone tools called Levallois cores challenge assumptions about where prehistoric innovation happened.
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Spear points that are more than 15,000 years old shed new light on the earliest people to explore and settle North America.
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