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Cueva del Raton, in the Sierra de San Francisco, a UNESCO World Heritage Site http://bajabybus.com/blog/item/6-sierradesanfrancisco

Cueva del Raton, in the Sierra de San Francisco, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Cave Paintings in the Sierra de San Francisco, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Anasazi petroglyph of bison on reddish brown sandstone wall

VOTE BISON as National Mammal - Native Americans carved this bison petroglyph…

CLOVIS SPEAR POINT - The first inhabitants of the New World are called Paleo-Indians/Paleo-Americans. Paleo means old. There were three groups of Paleo-Americans. There were the Folsom, Clovis, and Plano. Some of these people live along the Trinity River. We don't know much about them but they were big game hunters. It is not known what happened to them. Either they disappeared or more likely changed so much that they became unrecognizable by 8000 B.C.E.

CLOVIS SPEAR POINT - The first inhabitants of the New World are called Paleo-Indians/Paleo-Americans. Paleo means old. There were three groups of Paleo-Americans. There were the Folsom, Clovis, and Plano. Some of these people live along the Trinity River. We don't know much about them but they were big game hunters. It is not known what happened to them. Either they disappeared or more likely changed so much that they became unrecognizable by 8000 B.C.E.

Rock painting of a shaman in Panther Cave, Texas dates from the Archaic period.

Rock painting of a shaman in Panther Cave, Texas dates from the Archaic period.

Cueva del Ratón, Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Blog: http://bajabybus.com/blog/item/6-sierradesanfrancisco

Cueva del Ratón, Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur

Cueva del Ratón, Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Blog: http://bajabybus.com/blog/item/6-sierradesanfrancisco

San Borjita, Mulege, Baja California Sur, Mexico

San Borjita, Mulege, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Cueva del Ratón, Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur, Mexico. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.197005603732629.30723.169024183197438=3

Cueva del Ratón, Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur, Mexico. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.197005603732629.30723.169024183197438=3

Cave Drawings in the Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur, Mexico | Show Me Nature Photography

cave drawings in San Francisco mountains near San Ignacio village (Baja, Mexico) - Cave Drawings

Off the wall: a close-up view of cave art in the Vallee de la Vezere. Photograph: Jean-Daniel Sudres/Corbis

Prehistoric cave art in the Dordogne

Prehistoric cave art in the Dordogne Caves in the Dordogne's Vézère valley contain some of the oldest artworks known to man.

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