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The photo of a human footprint within a trail of dinosaur tracks in a Texas river bed. A human sandal print taken from inside of a slab of rock dated to the Cambrian period, over 500 million-years-old. These are only a sample of hundreds collected worldwide. Dinosaurs were supposedly wiped out in a mass global extinction 65 million years ago. Bipedal humans have only walked the Earth for less than 3 million years, pre-human primates less than 7 million years. So how could human footprints be found alongside those of dinosaurs, or in 500 million-year-old rock formations?

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Originally posted 2017-12-17 19:15:18.