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Name: Artamira Bison

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Introduction: About 20,000 years ago in the Ma Delim culture period, the cave paintings of the caves of the Altamira, Spain 195 cm

Background: This cave kiln was discovered in the cave of Altamira in northern Spain. It is one of the most famous cave kiln preserved in prehistoric paintings and the prehistoric art of the northern coast of Spain. A place of gathering. In 1875, Maria, a young daughter of the prehistoric archaeologist Marcelino de Soduur, occasionally saw the paintings in the cave. According to archaeologists, this Altamira cave has more than 20 kinds of Paleolithic animal images, including fifteen bison, three wild boars, three female deer, two horses and a wolf. . What we have seen here is the image of one of the bisons, which was first discovered. It was painted on the top of the main cave. The bison in the painting is drawn in colors such as blush, black and brown, and the image is vivid and accurate.