Researchers have discovered the world’s oldest known cave painting of an animal, according to a new study. The painting features a creature that looks like a bull and dates back around 40,000 years. Until now, scientists believed the world’s oldest cave paintings were located in Europe, but this newly discovered art was found in Indonesia.

Prehistoric art in Borneo cave includes world’s oldest figurative painting

Researchers have discovered the world’s oldest known cave painting of an animal, according to a new study. The painting features a creature that looks like a bull and dates back around 40,000 years. Until now, scientists believed the world’s oldest cave paintings were located in Europe, but this newly discovered art was found in Indonesia.

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