American paleontologist K. Dougherty Valley Palaksi River examines the traces left by dinosaurs and being lyudinopodobnym Maybe we are again dealing with a typical Western pursuit of sensation? In September 1983, K. Ammaniyazov director of the Institute of Geology of the Academy of Sciences of the Turkmen SSR appeared in print with the message that in the southeast of Turkmenistan revealed more than two thousand footprints dinosaurs Late Jurassic period. And between them - '... a footprint similar to a human footprint! We found it next to the dinosaur tracks, measured and photographed. If upon further investigation it turns out that this is in fact the traces of humanoid beings, the history of mankind will not be calculated five and 150 million years. Our very distant ancestors become contemporaries of the dinosaurs! '