Stone Age footprints discovered in Denmark

Lolland, Denmark.

Lolland, Denmark. Image by Andreas Jensen / CC BY 2.0

Archaeologists working to excavate the Femern Belt Tunnel in Lolland, Denmark, have uncovered footprints dating back to the Stone Age. The experts believe that the footprints were made by fishermen who were trying to strengthen their fishing weirs in advance of a huge storm that hit the region 5,000 years ago. Read more:

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