7000-year-old footprints in Wales

From Wales Online: Ancient human footprints discovered on Welsh coastline are 7,000 years old, say researchers.

Ancient human footprints discovered on the Welsh coastline are 7,000 years old and could show a snapshot of a Mesolithic hunting party, researchers have said.

Discovered in 2014, the pre-historic footprints of both children and adults at Port Eynon on the Gower peninsula were initially thought to date to the Bronze Age but analysis carried out at Cardiff University has revealed they are actually 3,000 years older than that. [continue]

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