Spanish Cave Paintings Shown As Oldest In The World

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Ancient art discovered in a Spanish cave are the oldest paintings in the world.
New tests show these crude cave paintings of a red sphere and handprints are so ancient they may not have been made by modern man. Some scientists say they might have even been made by Neanderthals. Testing has shown the paintings are at least 40,800 years old. That makes them older than the more famous french cave paintings by thousands of year

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