Did Humans Make These Ancient Cave Paintings? | National Geographic

Or was it Neanderthals? This question and others tantalize researchers investigating early paintings in some of Europe’s caves. The paintings date back to a time when Neanderthals and early modern humans lived side by side.
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Read more about the first artists online in National Geographic magazine’s “Firsts” issue:

Display image courtesy Stephan Alvarez; Department of Education, Culture, and Sport of the Government of Cantabria, Spain.

VIDEOGRAPHY: Stephen Alvarez and Robbie Shone
EDITOR: Hans Weise
PALEO-FLUTIST: Gabriele Dalferth

Did Humans Make These Ancient Cave Paintings? | National Geographic

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