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Eight-mile frieze of ancient art discovered in Amazon rainforest

Eight-mile frieze of ancient art discovered in Amazon rainforest

Researchers have discovered thousands of rock art pictures depicting huge Ice Age creatures in the Amazon rainforest. The paintings, made around 11,800 to 12,600 years ago, are set over three different rock shelters, with the largest, known as Cerro Azul, home to thousands of individual pictographs. Researchers are now working to find out when humans first settled in the Amazon region.

Chris
Chris
Robert_Clearwater
Robert_Clearwater 1 months

Look what happens when you deforest the Amazon, apparently you find ancient artwork...

Jerry
Jerry 1 months

This was then a temperate zone. I believe sea levels have risen about 400 feet in the last 11000 years. This last 11,000 years has had the most unusually stable temperatures for earth. According to the Greenland ice cores we are still a bit on the cold side of the temperature graph of the last 11000 years.

Tyson
Tyson 1 months

I guess global warming has been going on for a while, huh?

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