Footprint of 1.5 million years old found
Friday, February 27, 2009
Scientists in the north of Kenya 1.5 million year old footprints found an ancestor of man.
One of the 1.5 million year old footprints discovered in Kenya.
The prints are indicative that the Gay erectus had similar rates as the people and that he was in a similar way, the researchers reported yesterday.
Mens brassica have left the prints in a muddy river bed. Their form shows that the big toe of the Gay Erectus ran parallel to the smaller toes, just like modern humans in contrast to monkeys.
The research published in the scientific journal Science. The printing as one of the most important finds of recent years to say something about the evolution of human walking.
,, It was pretty creepy to try to dig that looks exactly like something you twenty minutes earlier self could have''said archaeologist David Braun.