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National Dinosaur Museum | Palaeontologist Paul Sereno compares a human skull with that of a Carcharodontosaurus, a Spinosaurus and a Tyrannosaurus.

National Dinosaur Museum | Palaeontologist Paul Sereno compares a human skull with that of a Carcharodontosaurus, a Spinosaurus and a Tyrannosaurus.

15. Grupo pirenaico-Aquitano Vénus de Monpazier . Estatuilla de color marrón achocolatado y amarillento. Su material es roca compleja a base de limonita. Posiblemente originariamente tuviera una forma parecida lo que explica una cierta disimetría de ciertas partes del cuerpo. #venus #Mompazier

15. Grupo pirenaico-Aquitano Vénus de Monpazier . Estatuilla de color marrón achocolatado y amarillento. Su material es roca compleja a base de limonita. Posiblemente originariamente tuviera una forma parecida lo que explica una cierta disimetría de ciertas partes del cuerpo. #venus #Mompazier

Al lado de la asamblea tenemos un mapa conceptual donde vamos a ir poniendo las diferentes etapas en las que se divide: Paleolítico, Neolít...

Al lado de la asamblea tenemos un mapa conceptual donde vamos a ir poniendo las diferentes etapas en las que se divide: Paleolítico, Neolít...

Paleolithic Human Profile Engraved on a Pebble  --  Circa 15,000-17,000  years old  --  Excavated from la Madeleine Cave, France.

Paleolithic Human Profile Engraved on a Pebble -- Circa 15,000-17,000 years old -- Excavated from la Madeleine Cave, France.

Mural de la prehistoria

Mural de la prehistoria

Largest Turtle Shell ever found

Largest Turtle Shell ever found

Found in 1940 in a complex of caves in southwestern France, Lascaux is renowned for its Palaeolithic cave paintings. Speculated to be up to 20,000 years old, the paintings are mostly of large animals which are evidenced to have lived in the area at the time. These paintings are relevant to today because it shows that just as in the present time, people liked to be creative and document the things of their time, which is something that separates us from our even more ancient ancestors.

Found in 1940 in a complex of caves in southwestern France, Lascaux is renowned for its Palaeolithic cave paintings. Speculated to be up to 20,000 years old, the paintings are mostly of large animals which are evidenced to have lived in the area at the time. These paintings are relevant to today because it shows that just as in the present time, people liked to be creative and document the things of their time, which is something that separates us from our even more ancient ancestors.

Vida en La Prehistória

Vida en La Prehistória

Stone Age: Year 3 made hunting and gathering tools.

Stone Age: Year 3 made hunting and gathering tools.

Australian Petroglyphs, Wondjina - Crystalinks

Australian Petroglyphs, Wondjina - Crystalinks

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