Footprints uncovered off B.C. coast could be oldest in N. America

More than 13,000 years old - that' is amazing. And it appears that the prints may have been of a family unit. How cool would it be to find something like that?

The footprints they left in soft clay near the shore were soon covered with black sand, which hid them until a team of archeologists led by Dr. Daryl Fedje and Dr. Duncan McLaren unearthed them recently, exposing what are believed to be the oldest footprints ever found in North America.