- Early humans were related to Homo antecessor known as ‘Pioneer Man’
- Species dates from 1.2 million ago and became extinct 600,000 years ago
- 50 prints were made by children and adults with one being a UK size 8
- Scientists estimate heights varied from 0.9m (3ft) to over 1.7m (5ft 7ins)
- Prints were found at Happisburgh in May last year but quickly eroded away
- Scientists stitched together photographs to create a permanent 3D record
- It is hoped new footprints will be revealed as winter storms batter the coast
‘PIONEER MAN’: WHO WAS HOMO ANTECESSOR?
FOOTSTEPS OF OUR ANCESTORS PLOTTED AROUND THE WORLD
WHAT DO THE FOOTPRINTS TELL US ABOUT EARLY MAN?
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2553798/Earliest-human-footprints-outside-Africa-discovered-NORFOLK-800-000-year-old-imprints-shed-light-movement-ancient-ancestors.html#ixzz2sgdGRRAG
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