Human Footprints Discovered In Denmark Date Back 5,000 YearsBreaking News
tags: archaeology, Denmark
Archaeologists in Denmark say they've discovered two extraordinary sets of human footprints dating back 5,000 years.
The first of their kind to be found in Denmark, the footprints may shed light on what life was like for coastal people during the Stone Age.
The prints were recently unearthed as part of an ongoing excavation on the Danish island of Lolland by archaeologists at the Museum Lolland-Falster.
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