Ice age young children frolicked in ‘giant sloth puddles’ 11,000 a long time back, footprints reveal

Much more than 11,000 yrs back, youthful little ones trekking with their family members by what is now White Sands National Park in New Mexico identified the things of childhood dreams: muddy puddles manufactured from the footprints of a giant ground sloth.

Couple items are more engaging to a youngster than a muddy puddle. The little ones — possible four in all — raced and splashed via the soppy sloth trackway, leaving their personal footprints stamped in the playa — a dried up lake bed. Those people footprints were preserved about millennia, leaving proof of this prehistoric caper, new study finds.


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