June 23, 2015
11,000 BCE Human Footprints Found in British Columbia
Fossilized footprints of a man, woman and child radio-carbon dated at 11,000 BCE have been found on Calvert Island, British Columbia. An ancient campfire was also found nearby. Due to the sea levels being stable at this island, these footprints were not underwater. Many other sites in the general area have proofs of humans living in that area at 11,000 BCE. This is the first site in the area with human footprints dated at that time period.
(my note; I always like to add that in order for ancient peoples to be at these sites at that date range, they would have had to enter the Americas long before.)
CTV news has the report with a photo here;
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