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Some of the human footprints, thought to be more than 800,000 years old, found in silt on the beach at Happisburgh on the Norfolk coast of England.

Some of the human footprints, thought to be more than years old, found in silt on the beach at Happisburgh on the Norfolk coast of England.

Photo issued by the British Museum on Feb. 7, 2014, show of some of the human footprints, thought to be more than 800,000 years old, found in silt on the beach at Happisburgh on the Norfolk coast of England, with a camera lens cap laid beside them to indicate scale.    1 hr ago |By Jill Lawless of Associated Press share    603  tweet

UK footprints: An undated handout photo issued by the British Museum on Feb. show of some of the human footprints, thought to be more than years old

The north Norfolk coast is feted for its big skies and generous sandy beaches but this young coastline – still coming to terms with the last ice age – is also home to the most ancient of human traces.

In praise of the Norfolk coast: big skies, sandy beaches and subtle beauty

Norfolk U. This coastline may not be always the most dramatic but its big skies, dunes, wildlife and colours have a unique charm that ‘seep into you’, says local Patrick Barkham

HOOK LINE and SINKER by Elizabeth LaPenna Acrylic ~ 30" x 40"

HOOK LINE and SINKER by Elizabeth LaPenna Acrylic ~ 30" x 40"

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The Grandeur Of Life - A Celebration of Charles Darwin and the Origin of Species

Adam Bălţatu (1889-1979) – MARGINE DE PĂDURE

Adam Bălţatu (1889-1979) – MARGINE DE PĂDURE

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