Romanian cave holds some of the oldest human footprints

Preserved Stone Age impressions were made about 20,000 years earlier than thought

GOOD IMPRESSION  Human footprints such as this, found in a Romanian cave almost 50 years ago, are much older than originally thought, dating to around 36,500 years ago, a new study finds.

D. Webb

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