Six-million-year-old Cretan footprints challenge beliefs about human evolution

A footprint in sandy rock

A new study has pushed back the estimated age of 50 footprints preserved in rocks on the Mediterranean island of Crete – footprints that were already thought to be among the oldest pre-human prints in the world, and have now been dated to around 6.05 million years ago. 

Vermont Folk Troth

Out-of-Africa theory

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