1. Rather than depicting only the familiar herbivores that predominate in Paleolithic cave art, i.e. horses, cattle, mammoths, etc., the walls of the Chauvet Cave feature many predatory animals.

    Ca. 30000 BC

    (From Wikipedia)

     
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    Dang, that’s really good figurework considering how you had to get uncomfortably close to death to see one of these...
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    In his film ‘Cave of Forgotten Dreams’, which looks at the amazing art in the Chauvet Caves produced around 30,000 years...
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