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Hundreds of fossilized human footprints give clues of ancient African traditions

The footprints date back 5,760 to 19,100 years ago and the discovery sheds light on what life looked like back in ancient Africa. This is the largest collection of fossilized footprints discovered t...
Arusha News

Laetoli site to be managed by Ngorongoro Conservation

Archaeological site and Olduvai Gorge Museum to be managed by NCAA The Tanzanian government is in the process of transfering the management of Tanzania's ancient Laetoli archaeological site to Ngo...
Arusha News

Scientists exhume Laetoli footprints near Arusha

International experts have begun exhuming a famous set of 3.6 million-year-old human footprints from an ancient river bed at Laetoli near the Ngorongoro Crater conservation area 250km east of Arus...
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