Cave art in Mexico reveals a pre-Spanish civilization

05/27/2013 |

Thousands of cave paintings of animals and humans hunting and fishing found in the mountains of northeastern Mexico shed some light on a civilization that lived there before Spanish rule. Researchers have not been able to specifically date the art, but they believe it points to a people who could survive outside Spanish rule by living in the mountains "where they had water, plants and animals to feed themselves," said archaeologist Martha Garcia Sanchez.

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