Archaeologists discovered a collection of 12,000-year-old rock paintings in the Amazon that depict people living among mastodons and other giant animals
The researcher say the images were likely painted around 12,600 to 11,800 years ago.
The painting are located on rock walls in what is now central Colombia in the Amazon rainforest
The figures were painted over a period of hundreds of years, according to the researchers.
They say that local communities knew about the painting and helped researchers explore them.
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