Human and animal footprints that date back more than 120,000 years in northern Saudi Arabia. Photo: XinhuaHuman and animal footprints that date back more than 120,000 years in northern Saudi Arabia. Photo: Xinhua
Human and animal footprints that date back more than 120,000 years in northern Saudi Arabia. Photo: Xinhua

Do these ancient footprints show how humans left Africa?

  • Discovery of footprints in Saudi Arabia desert shed light on routes ancestors took out of Africa
  • Evidence of animal prints suggests the humans hunted them along the way

Topic |   Science
Human and animal footprints that date back more than 120,000 years in northern Saudi Arabia. Photo: XinhuaHuman and animal footprints that date back more than 120,000 years in northern Saudi Arabia. Photo: Xinhua
Human and animal footprints that date back more than 120,000 years in northern Saudi Arabia. Photo: Xinhua
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