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We found the oldest known cave painting of animals in a secret Indonesian valley

By Adam Brumm, Professor, Griffith University
Adhi Oktaviana, PhD Candidate, Griffith University
Basran Burhan, PhD candidate, Griffith University
Maxime Aubert, Professor, Griffith University
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The painting of pigs at least 45,500 years ago on a cave wall in Sulawesi may be the earliest figurative rock art ever found.


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