Neanderthal Footprints Found in Spain Could Be 275,000 Years Old
The first Neanderthal footprints from the Iberian Peninsula discovered last year may have belonged to other members of the genus ‘Homo.’ A little over a year ago, we reported on a large area at the foot of the Asperillo cliff...
Tanzania Footprints Hint at Origin of Humans Walking Upright
A recent study shows that prehistoric footprints found in Tanzania may hold the key to understanding how early humans began walking upright. The footprints, which were fossilized in volcanic ash 3.66 million years ago, are shedding new light on the...