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Oldest painting ever found discovered: [theguardian.com]

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Wow

bobwjr Level 9 Jan 13, 2021
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It is a Hippo.

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I love seeing these reports, and discovered by a student!!

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I can hear the religio-tards screaming out " Fake News, Face News, the world IS only 6,400 years old, this is FAKE news."

Triphid Level 8 Jan 13, 2021
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I've often wondered whether cave paintings werent really a form of Paleolithic 'gang graffitti', used to warn off trespassers?

davknight Level 8 Jan 13, 2021

Maybe the hand prints were a warning to say " Keep your mitts off me pork" LOL

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Perfect, it figures it would be a pig.
A 45,500 year old image of Miss Piggy.

lol,,, maybe they were worshiping the O!! [guinnessworldrecords.com].

@StarvingArtist the big o pork style lasting between 30 and 90 minutes, Stone the Crows, that is what I'd call really have a porking fest....LOL.

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