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Has Human Evolution Tripped Us Up?

5.7 Million-year-old Hominin Footprints on Crete The chance discovery of hominin fossilised footprints on the Mediterranean island of Crete, has challenged the accepted theory of human evolution.  The footprints, which have been dated to around 5.7 million years ago, were formed when all other hominins known to science were restricted to Africa and they had
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