Denmark Found Human Footprints From 5,000 Years Ago

November 16, 2014 7:43 PM

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Archeologists are excitedly studying the footprints recently found on the coast of Denmark; new light will be shed on the actual lives of humans from the Stone Age in Northern Europe. The footprints belonged to two or more people in an area where they were fishing; this is known due to the fact that fish fences and tools were found along with the footprints.

As fishing was more than likely the main source of protein for the people this finding gives more information on how they worked together and fought the elements that could harm their existence. It appears as though the village of the fisherman was flooded and they were moving their nets to find a ...

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