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Four French teenagers and their dog, Robot, stumbled upon the caves while they were out exploring one day.The main cave is approximately 66 feet wide and 16 feet high, and is connected to a number of smaller chambers.of French scientist Irène Joliot-Curie, born in Paris (1897). She was homeschooled as part of an educational experiment run by her parents and their friends.
Assigning a precise date to the art on the cave walls has been difficult.
Scientists used carbon dating to estimate the age of some charcoal found in the caves, and according to that method, the drawings are about 17,000 years old.
There are about 2,000 drawings and engravings, mostly of animals: horses, bison, red deer, stags, cats, and aurochs — large, black cattle-like animals that are now extinct.
There are also human figures, various geometric shapes, and the outlines of human hands — possibly the signatures of the artists.
O Star (the fairest one in sight), We grant your loftiness the right To some obscurity of cloud— It will not do to say of night, Since dark is what brings out your light. But to be wholly taciturn In your reserve is not allowed. And steadfast as Keats' Eremite, Not even stooping from its sphere, It asks a little of us here.