VEN (ATHENS) — In an obscure outcropping of petrified volcanic ash at Trachilos in Crete, a team of international archaeologists, lead by University of Pennsylvania’s Dr Ingo Swann, have made a breathtaking and some say controversial discovery which — if they’re findings are confirmed — could reset the clock on when humans first appeared as a separate species by millions of years!
“We’ve never seen anything like this before anywhere!” one researcher told VEN‘s Senior Science Correspondent Otto Lidenbrock Tuesday.
“Based on the depth of the impressions, we believe the hominid was approximately 5’2″-5’4” in height, female, weighing approximately 110-120 lbs, possibly blonde or with light auburn hair, and based on the pattern of footprints, may have been fleeing a predator or a male of the species at the time the impressions were made — which carbon dating indicates (and this is just incredible) are approximately 10 million years old!”
Not so fast, says renown paleontologist Dr Friedrich von Schoenvorts, author of the groundbreaking Give Me A Dinosaur Tooth, I’ll Tell You Exactly What The Creature Looked Like, who believes that the footprints were made by not by humans but by dinosaurs who were evolving at an accelerated rate.
“We have seen these so-called footprints in the fossil records many, many times, especially in China, Africa, and parts of the Western United States.
“Based on our peer-reviewed research (which theirs is not) we determined that these impressions were made by a smaller member (by dino standards) of the Compsognathus family — known as the Pradasaurus — which had an unusual and unique podal appendage resembling what one might think of — in layman’s terms — as an attractive woman’s 5-inch stiletto high heel.”
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