The World’s Oldest Known Cave Painting Has Been Discovered in IndonesiaAndy Corbleyon Gennaio 14, 2021 at 7:27 pm on Gennaio 14, 2021 at 7:27 pm on Gennaio 14, 2021 at 7:27 pm All News – Good News Network

Scientists from Griffith University have discovered the world’s oldest known cave painting on a limestone wall on South Sulawesi island in Indonesia. Dated to a remarkable 45,500 years ago, the painting is of a Sulawesi warty pig, a species hunted and depicted often in Sulawesi cave art from the Last Glacial Period. The discovery definitively […]

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Scientists from Griffith University have discovered the world’s oldest known cave painting on a limestone wall on South Sulawesi island in Indonesia. Dated to a remarkable 45,500 years ago, the painting is of a Sulawesi warty pig, a species hunted and depicted often in Sulawesi cave art from the Last Glacial Period. The discovery definitively
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