The Nefud Desert is a desolate space of orange and yellow sand dunes. It addresses somewhere around twenty five,000 sq. miles of the Arabian Peninsula. But tens of thousands of many years in the past, this space was a lush land of lakes, with a local climate that may have been kinder to human lifestyle.
On a January afternoon in 2016, an global team of archaeologists and paleontologists was finding out the floor of a single historical lakebed at a internet site identified as Al Wusta in the Nefud’s landscape of sand and gravel. Their eyes were peeled for fossils,