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Bison Cave Painting Petroglyph Wall Decal
Altamira Bison Cave Painting Petroglyph. c. 15,000-12,000 BC Cave of Altamira Paleolithic Cave Art of Northern Spain. Paleolithic Petroglyphs of Stone Age man.

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Bison: Palaeolithic cave painting at Altamira, nor
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Stone age cave paintings. Artwork of bison on the wall of a cave. These paintings are found in La Covaciella cave, Asturias, Spain. They are thought to date from the Palaeolithic era, around 35,000 to