What 100,000-year-old footprints in Morocco tell us about early humans
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A set of well-preserved human footprints, believed to be 100,000 years old, have been discovered on a rocky beach in Morocco. These footprints provide valuable insights into the origins of human beings, adding to the growing body of work in the field of human evolution.
A set of about 85 footprints made by five ancestors of human beings.
Coastal erosion poses a threat to the preservation of these ancient tracks, emphasizing the need for urgent study and documentation. The existence of these footprints is at risk, highlighting the importance of capturing their significance while they still exist.
We weren't 100 percent sure at first with the first print, but little by little, we found a second, third, then a very clear trackway and more and more, Sedrati told Al Jazeera.
Read at www.aljazeera.com
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