Update On Aug 10, 12:55 pm ist
65000 Years Old Neanderthals Paintings: A new study by scientists has indicated that Neanderthal humans were close to prehistoric modern humans. Let us tell you that 65 thousand years old paintings have been found in a cave in Spain, which were made by Neanderthal humans. After which scientists have come to this conclusion. This study is published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PANS) Journal.
1/5 Neanderthal man made the first painting
According to a report published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, about 65 thousand years old paintings have been found in the Caves of Ardales near Malaga in South Spain. These Neanderthals were made by humans. Scientists believe that Neanderthals were the first humans to paint.
2/5 Painting made in the cave 65 thousand years ago
According to the study, when these paintings were made in the Cave of Ardales 65 thousand years ago, at that time modern humans were not in the world.
3/5 Relationship between Neanderthal humans and Homo sapiens
According to a new study by scientists, Neanderthals may be the ancestors of humans, Homo sapiens. Although it was previously believed that the lineage of Neanderthal humans became extinct 40 thousand years ago
4/5 Evidence found of painting in cave
It has been found in the study that paintings were made in the caves for 15 to 20 thousand years. Although earlier scientists understood that the color on the walls of caves is the result of the flow of natural oxides.
5/5 This thing came out in the study
Joao Zilhao, a member of the PNAS study, said that Neanderthal humans may have made paintings in caves on special occasions or to fulfill rituals.