​Yes, Neanderthals did bury their dead

Over a century ago, archaeologists discovered what appeared to be a Neanderthal burial at La Chapelle-aux-Saints in southwestern France. They've been arguing about its true nature ever since. But after a 13-year study, it now appears that Neanderthals did in fact bury their dead. » 12/16/13 5:10pm 12/16/13 5:10pm

One of the best figures to ever grace a peer-reviewed scientific…

From the article entitled "Remains of Holocene giant pandas from Jiangdong Mountain (Yunnan, China) and their relevance to the evolution of quaternary environments in south-western China" comes this mildly distressing but amusingly illustrated scientific figure, which depicts the manner in which giant-panda bones… » 10/10/12 8:50am 10/10/12 8:50am