120,000-Year-Old Human Footprints Discovered in Saudi Arabia

Researchers identified seven prehistoric human footprints at Alathar, a dried-up lake bed in Saudi Arabia. (Palaeodeserts Project)

Footprints Could be the Oldest Evidence of Homo Sapiens on Arabian Peninsula 

Health Editor’s Note: A new analysis argues that anatomically modern humans created the seven footprints between 112,000 and 121,000 years ago…….Carol

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  1. According to archeologists the region where Arabian peninsula is located used to be lush green with trees & prairies with 1000s of lakes that dates back to 120000 years ago . Human sculls are discovered buried in the sand more than 90000 years old. It certainly looks like someone(s) deliberately held off these types of information from reaching the public. The cabal’s interests still remains at keeping the true history of the planet locked up in some, perhaps, Vatican cellars but we know the man has been around much longer than the rubbish recorded 11000 year history.

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