Scientists have discovered human-like footprints in Crete that, according to evolutionists, predate the origin of modern humans by more than one million years. According to evolutionary scientists, the ancestry of modern humans can be traced back to the 4.4-million-year-old Ardipithecus ramidus—an ape-like species that lived in Africa. Ardipithecus ramidus had ape-like feet, but evolutionists believe its

descendants eventually learned to walk upright, leading to the development of bipedal humans. However, the recent discovery of ancient footprints on a European island calls the premise into question. “Newly discovered human-like footprints from Crete may put the established narrative of early human evolution to the test,” reported Phys.org. “The footprints are approximately 5.7 million years old and were made at a time when previous research puts our ancestors in Africa—with ape-like feet.” READ MORE