A ROCK PAINTING THAT appears to be of a bird that went extinct about 40,000 years ago has been discovered in northern Australia. If confirmed, this would be the oldest rock art anywhere in the world, pre-dating the famous Chauvet cave in southern France by some 7,000 years
Compare the 12,000 year old Armenian rock carving below with the Native American cave wall illustrations in Sego Canyon, Utah that date back to 5,000 B.C. Are the similarities between them merely a coincidence? Tell us what you think below.