This year the LEAH program (Let’s End Abusive Households) of Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona is focusing on raising awareness about teen dating violence and abuse.
That makes the Romanian ones the oldest to be described in a journal.
But some researchers think they’ve seen far older footprints.
Footprints found a half-century ago in a cave in Romania may be the oldest such human impressions in Europe, researchers now conclude. Scientists back then attributed the prints to a man, woman and child who lived 10,000 to 15,000 years ago.
In 1965, about 400 footprints were discovered in the Ciur-Izbuc cave.
The green lines trace the movement over time of particles in the water as the shrimp swims.