Archaeologists uncover nearly 5,000 cave paintings in Burgos, Mexico


Daisy Wyatt
The Independent
May 23, 2013

Nearly 5,000 ancient cave paintings have been discovered in Burgos, Mexico.

The red, white, black and yellow images depict humans hunting, fishing and gathering, as well as animals such as deer, lizards and centipedes.

The 4,926 paintings were discovered in 11 different sites and are thought to have been created by at least three groups of hunter gatherers.

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