"Largest assemblage of ancient human footprints in Africa"

Archaeological finds from the earliest days of the human species never fail to amaze. But footprints remain the personal, and personalizing, evidence of our earliest ancestors. Left in the mud, then dried and covered over, this trove of more than 400 footprints have survived for 19 ,000 years.


Scientists discover hundreds of footprints left at the dawn of modern humanity

By Sarah Kaplan

The Washington Post

October 12, 2016

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