Prehistoric desert footprints are earliest evidence for humans on Arabian Peninsula

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Prehistoric desert footprints are earliest evidence for humans on Arabian Peninsula

Post by LoriWinters » Sun Sep 27, 2020 1:32 pm

Prehistoric desert footprints are earliest evidence for humans on Arabian Peninsula
By Richard Clark-Wilson - PhD Candidate in Geography, Royal Holloway 4 days ago

Researchers surveying the Alathar lake, situated within an interdunal depression in the western Nefud Desert, Saudi Arabia.

https://www.livescience.com/earliest-ev ... tCMKKItddu

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