Oldest Homo Sapiens Fossils Found
The oldest ever discovered fossil remains of Homo sapiens have been uncovered in Jebel Irhoud, Morocco.
The 300,000-year-old remains — which include a lower jaw and partial skull — are not only notable for being 100,000 years older than any other hominid remains found in the past, but for the clues they offer into our species’ evolutionary history.
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First-Ever Fully Painted Film Brings Vincent Van Gogh’s Art To Life
Vincent Van Gogh is likely the world’s most famous painter — fascinating not only for his incredible creations, but for the tortured life he lived beyond the easel.
It only makes sense, then, that a movie dedicated to exploring the troubling end to Van Gogh’s days should also be the world’s first fully painted film.
“Loving Vincent,” which will have its world premiere at a French film festival next week, was created with more than 65,000 oil paintings on more than 1,000 canvases.
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