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    Cueva de las Manos, located in Santa Cruz, Argentina, contains the stencilled outlines of human hands, but there are also many depictions of guanacos, rheas and other animals, as well as hunting scenes made by the indigenous inhabitants - possibly forefathers of the Tehuelches - some 13,000 to 9,000 years ago.

  • Jessica Alvarez

    10,000 year old cave painting. "Cueva de las Manos," in Argentina.

  • Connie | Diamond Fibers Yarn

    75% of hand print art on cave walls belong to ancient women artists, who may be responsible for most cave art

  • Bonnie Davis

    Prehistoric Cave Paintings Hunters | 10 Prehistoric Cave Paintings | Touropia

  • Elaine B

    Mysterious Cave Paintings | Ancient Women Artists May Be Responsible for Most Cave Art

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