Dr Charles Helm is a research Associate with the African Centre for Casual Palaeoscience at Nelson Mandela University in Gqeberha. And has been researching fossil vertebrate traces on the Cape South Coast since 2007. So far 350 tracksites have been found between Arniston and Robberg, Yielding 35 Scientific Papers, Included are hominin tracksites including the oldest known Homo sapiens footprints, probable evidence of the oldest use of footwear. And patterns our ancestors made in the sand. Other highlights include hatching turtle trackways the first global record of elephant truck drag impressions which will be interpreted in a historical and environmental context.
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