And complicated. And largely unknown.
Dr. Per Ahlberg and a team of scientists from Uppsala University in
Sweden have identified fossilized humanoid footprints in a small area
near Trachilos, Crete. Fossil footprints in a track laid down almost 6 million years ago suggest a humanoid or previously unknown primate presence on the Aegean island. The scientists say the animal or ancient
human responsible for the prints was probably claw-less and bipedal,
walked on the soles of its feet, and had other hominin-like