Dinosaurs and people – ancient drawing in a Kuwaiti cave

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(ORDO NEWS) — A 67-year-old shepherd made an amazing find when he accidentally stumbled upon a cave with unusual rock art. The discovered drawings depict dinosaurs that prey on humans. This raises many questions among scientists and archaeologists, who still cannot give an exact answer to the extinction of dinosaurs.

Ancient people and dinosaurs

The drawings found in the cave cause incredible surprise. The walls depict people running away from huge dinosaurs. Interestingly, the drawings depict dinosaurs, and not some other animals. This suggests that ancient people lived at the same time as dinosaurs.

Abdul Al-Shalafi, a paleontologist from Kuwait, was shocked by what he saw. He conducted a radiocarbon analysis of the remains of the paint and found out that the drawings with dinosaurs are older than all other drawings previously discovered in the caves of the area. This confirms that ancient people lived at the same time as dinosaurs.

The history of the extinction of dinosaurs

The extinction of dinosaurs is one of the most mysterious topics in science. It is officially accepted that dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago. However, the drawings from the cave indicate that dinosaurs lived on earth several hundred thousand years ago, when there were already people.

This discovery raises many questions from scientists and archaeologists. How is this possible? How did ancient people cope with huge dinosaurs? Why did the dinosaurs become extinct exactly at the time when there were already people on the earth?

One expert who has given his opinion on this topic is paleontologist Michael Benton. He believes that the find in the cave can change our understanding of the history of evolution.

“This is an incredible find that could change our entire understanding of the history of evolution. If this is true, then we should rethink all of our theories about the extinction of the dinosaurs,” says Benton.


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