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Prehistoric paintings of horses and bulls inside a cave in France
November 16, 2020

Cave Paintings

Prehistoric art adorns the walls of Lascaux Cave in southwest France. Discovered in 1940 when a boy's dog fell into a hole, the cave art dates back more than 17,000 years.
Photograph by Sisse Brimberg, Nat Geo Image Collection
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