Oldest Examples of Human Footprints Hint at Our Ancestors’ Lives 300,000 Years Ago : ScienceAlert


Researchers have discovered the earliest examples of human footprints in Germany. They’re so old, it’s unlikely they were made by any species live today.

Stretching back some 300,000 years through time, it’s thought they were made not by Homo sapiens, but by the ancient (and now extinct) ‘Heidelberg people’ (or

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