World’s Oldest Cave Art Found—Made by Neanderthals?

Jun 15, 2012 by

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Prehistoric dots and crimson hand stencils on Spanish cave walls are now the world’s oldest known cave art, according to new dating results—perhaps the best evidence yet that Neanderthals were Earth’s first cave painters.If that’s the case, the discovery narrows the cultural distance between us and Neanderthals—and fuels the argument, at least for one scientist, that the heavy-browed humans were not a separate species but only another race.

Worlds Oldest Cave Art Found—Made by Neanderthals?

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