🎧 The Oldest Human Footprints in North America
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This week our understanding of when humans first inhabited the American continent has been turned on its head … by a set of footprints. In this episode, hear how footprints can form crucial evidence for populations of people and animals, and what a set of adolescent and child prints have shown about their society and its relationship with its environment. Tristan is joined by Dr Sally Reynolds who, alongside her team, has been investigating this groundbreaking discovery, often before breaking any ground.
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