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Paleolithic dwelling discovered in Spain’s La Garma cave complex


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Described as an oval space, the dwelling is defined by an arrangement of stone blocks and stalagmites, supporting a structure of sticks and hides against the cave wall.

Covering an area of approximately 5 square meters, the dwelling centers around a campfire. Artifacts associated with Magdalenian hunters and gatherers were found, shedding light on various daily activities, including stone manufacturing, bone and antler tool production, and fur processing.


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