This rare example of prehistoric art was found in a cave in France
Examples of paleolithic art have been found in many places around the world, particularly in caves. It is believed that early humans took shelter in these caverns and left behind paintings and other artistic productions. That said, it is uncommon to find wonderfully preserved sculptures such as these bison.
They date back to about 13,000 BCE and archeologists have attributed them to the Magdalenian people who lived during the Stone Age. Artifacts and cave drawings belonging to this prehistoric group were found throughout Spain and France. Most of the artwork depicts animals such as bison, reindeer, and horses.