Ancient footprints of acahualinca radiocarbon dating
So what exactly is the Huellas de Acahualinca archaeological site?Back in 1874, a group of workers on the edge of Lake Managua came across a number of footprints imprinted on the ground.3) Rio Coco in Nicaragua is the longest river of Central America (680 kms/422 miles) as well as the natural border between Honduras and Nicaragua in the north.It is used as a waterway by many Miskitos communities and it drains in the Caribbean.While playing for the Montreal Expos in 1991, he pitched a perfect game against the Los Angeles Dodgers.Denis Martinez retired in 1996, being the Latin American pitcher with more victories in the major leagues (245).To intensify the difficulty of getting around – streets signs are practically non-existent; navigation is by landmarks.
Or so anthropologist David Webb of Kutztown University in Pennsylvania and his co-workers now report.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.1) Lake Nicaragua is the second largest freshwater lake in Latin America and the tenth in the world (8,264 square kilometers or 3200 square miles).Lake Titicaca located between Bolivia and Peru in South America at an altitude of 12,500 feet is the largest freshwater lake in Latin America (8,562 square kilometers). Cerro Negro located in the northwest pacific of Nicaragua and 20 kilometers east from Leon, is the youngest active volcano of Central America.