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Fossil footprints of a mother, child reveal the story behind the longest known prehistoric journey

There are a number of small children’s paths on the road that are made while the wearer is dropping the baby to adjust from hip to hip or at rest. In addition, unpublished studies tell of children playing in puddles formed on giant lazy paths, jumping between mammoth tracks, and hunting and killing. Between departure and return, a lazy animal and a mammoth crossed on the outside. The traces of the return pass in turn through these traces of the animals.

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