Do these ancient footprints show how humans left Africa?

Around 120,000 years ago in what is now northern Saudi Arabia, a small band of Homo sapiens stopped to drink and forage at a shallow lake that was also frequented by camels, buffalo and elephants bigger than any species seen today.The humans may have hunted the big mammals but they did not stay long, using the watering hole as a waypoint on a longer journey.This detailed scene was reconstructed by researchers in a new study published in Science Advances on Wednesday, following the discovery of…

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