Researchers from Germany and Saudi Arabia have suggested that ancient people may have lingered in Arabia for 30,000 years during their journey from Africa. This discovery could change the way we think about human migration.
Scientists examined archaeological evidence in southern Arabia and found that early humans may have lived there about 30,000 years ago. This time corresponds to the period when people left Africa and began their journey around the world.
Researchers believe Arabia may have been a key place for ancient people to stay for long periods of time to adapt to new conditions. This may have been due to climate change and the availability of food.
This discovery may change our understanding of human migration and help scientists better understand how and when humans began to settle different parts of the world.