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Spanish cave art was made by Neanderthals, study confirms – The Guardian

Study says pigments on cave stalagmites were applied through ‘splattering and blowing’ more than 60,000 years ago

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NeanderthalsStudy says pigments on cave stalagmites were applied through splattering and blowing more than 60,000 years ago
Neanderthals, long perceived to have been unsophisticated and brutish, really did paint stalagmites in a Spanish cave more than 60,000…

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