Ancient Human Footprints Were Discovered Among Thousands Of Fossils At White Sands National Park In New Mexico

Footprints are a familiar sight across the glistening dunes at White Sands National Park. Human and animal tracks mark hiking trails, the explorations of curious tourists, and treks across the arid environment to food and water sources.

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You can find details about the park, these human footprints, and other interesting fossils by visiting the park’s website or Facebook page.

Location: Google Maps
Phone: 575-479-6124
Website: nps.gov
Facebook: White Sands National Park

These footprints aren’t the only fascinating recent finds in New Mexico. The fossilized remains of a carnivorous dinosaur were found in the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness, a quicker and stronger version of its velociraptor ancestor. Read more about this unique find in A Rare, New Dinosaur Called The Dineobellator Was Discovered In New Mexico’s Badlands.

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