Neanderthals Did Not Go Extinct Because of Climate Change, New Research Finds

Archaeologists and paleontologists have found new evidence that the group of Neanderthals that lived in the Western Mediterranean did not become extinct because of climate change. Experts have long presumed the subspecies died because of changes in Earth's climate, but...

Migration Patterns in the Mediterranean Region Has Been Reconstructed Through Ancient DNA

The Mediterranean Sea has been an important track for maritime migrations, and regular trade, as well as invasions throughout prehistory. However, the genetic background of the Mediterranean islands has not been accurately documented, in spite of recent advancements in the...