Up to now, the most ancient traces of human activities have been found in the northern part of Saudi Arabia. In a press conference on the same day, the head of the Saudi Committee, jasser helby, revealed that after more than ten years of research, the archaeological team has found footprints belonging to seven early humans, 107 camels, 43 elephants and some other animals, as well as 233 animal fossils. < / P > < p > by identifying tooth marks found on the remains, archaeologists also found signs of carnivores. This is the oldest evidence of human life found in the Arabian Peninsula and provides clues for studying the natural environment and biodiversity of the region at that time, said jasil helby. < / P > < p > it is understood that the Heritage Committee is currently overseeing the protection and restoration of many archaeological sites, which will eventually be open to tourists. In addition, Saudi Arabia plans to hold archaeological exhibitions at home and abroad. < / P > < p > for this discovery, netizens were shocked, and some netizens said, “so is this prehistoric civilization?” Some netizens said curiously: “there was a warning sign beside that year: the cement was not dry!” Of course, this is just a joke, not serious. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure