Prof Fidelis Massao, a lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam’s Department of History and Archaeology described the discoveries as the find of the millennia.
“All what Palaeontologists Dr Louis and Mary Leakey discovered in the past years will be rendered obsolete when our discoveries are made public,” he said.
For nearly 20 years, the UDSM Don, Prof Masao together with Prof Robert Blumenschine of the Rutgers University in the United States have been carrying out a series of landscape archaeological research projects in Arusha, the cradle of mankind.
“There are very strange discoveries never dreamed of before,” he said.
“We are keeping them under wraps at the moment, but once revealed, the world
will be flocking en-masse to Olduvai to get a glimpse of our findings,” Prof Masao noted.
Godfrey Ole Moita, Head of Laetoli archaeological site confirmed that the two sites—Olduvai and Laetoli have recently recorded new discoveries set to hold the world spellbound when publicized.
“The findings will absolutely revolutionize human history as we know it,” he said. [...] ippmedia.com/
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