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Entrance to Contrebandiers Cave, Morocco.
A bone tool from Contrebandiers Cave, Morocco that was used for leather working 120,000 to 90,000 years ago.
Hides drying in the sun at Chouara Tannery in Fez, Morocco. Bone tools are still used by some leather workers today.
Archaeologists excavate Contrebandiers Cave, Morocco, in 2009.
In popular culture, cave men (and women) are often draped in furs, but archaeological evidence of what our Stone Age ancestors actually wore a…
Discovering prehistoric artifacts is amazing enough. But finding them deep in the belly of a massive alligator -- that's something else.
Officials in Richmond, Virginia, have called off the search for a nearly 134-year-old time capsule that was believed to be embedded in the hug…
Some of the most insightful discoveries about the past have been found in caves.
Revered for leading Zambia's struggle for independence, Kenneth Kaunda spoke at the funeral ceremony for Nelson Mandela in 2013.