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Prehistoric cave painters might have been ‘high’ on oxygen deprivation – new study

By Paul Pettitt, Professor in the Department of Archaeology, Durham University
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It's possible that low oxygen levels in caves produced hallucinations – but that doesn't explain the majority of prehistoric art.

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