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File:Lions painting, Chauvet Cave (museum replica).jpg


English: Lions painted in the Chauvet Cave. This is a replica of the painting from the Brno museum Anthropos. The absence of the mane sometimes leads to these paintings being described as portraits of lionesses.
Date 12 June 2009
Source Own work (own photo)
Author HTO


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