Oldest cave art discovered in Spain

A cave in Spain contains simple paintings made over 40 000 years ago. Since Neanderthals lived in the area at the time, it’s possible the paintings were done by them — although Modern humans were also in the area. Neanderthals and Modern humans (homo sapiens) have long been thought of as separate species, but some scientists are suggesting it’s possible they should be thought of as different races within the same species.

World’s Oldest Cave Art Found—Made by Neanderthals?

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