Possible oldest prehistoric art ever known is discovered by Chinese scientists in the ‘roof of the world’
Dr. David Zhang and his team of scientists’ discovery of handprints and footprints are being debated over as to whether they are the world’s oldest prehistoric art.
Fossils on the travertine rock: Dr. David Zhang, a scientist from Guangdong, China, found impressions of handprints and footprints on a travertine rock with his research team in Quesang on the Tibetan Plateau in Oct. 2018, reported Time.
A 5-year-old boy from China made headlines after he discovered footprints left by dinosaurs around 130 million years ago near his home.
Yang Zherui, a science-loving kindergartner with a budding interest in paleontology was interested in the fossilized footprints after he heard his grandfather talking about “chicken tracks” when he returned to their home in Sichuan Province for the National Day holiday, according to China News.
A boy in southern China has become a local celebrity after stumbling upon a nest of fossilized dinosaur eggs while playing outdoors this week.
The young discoverer, Zhang Yangzhe, came across the fascinating find while looking for something to crack walnuts open with on the embankment of Dongjiang River in Heyuan, Guangdong province on Tuesday.