Giant footprint discovered in China

 
Giant footprint discovered in China
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While exploring the region near the village of Pingyan, in China, a group of photographers came across a giant footprint fossilized in rocks, reports Ancient Code.

The massive footprint believed to date back to ancient times is 57 centimeters long, 20 centimeters wide and 3 centimeters deep, almost twice as large as an average foot today.

The idea that giants roamed the Earth has captured the interest and imagination of writers, researchers, and archaeologists around the globe.

Even though ‘Giants’ are considered only a myth, product of folklore, numerous discoveries on our planet point towards a different ‘truth.’

Giant footprints are anything but new. In fact in 1912 Stoeffel Coetzee found a massive footprint of 128 centimeters in length and 60 centimeters in width:



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