Nearly 1-million-year-old European footprints found

Impressions of possible Neandertal ancestors make waves in England

SOLE SURVIVORS  Footprints impressed into hardened sediment along England’s southeastern coast belonged to human ancestors that lived at least 780,000 years ago.


Martin Bates

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