Prehistoric Cave Art Depicting Humans Hunting Dinosaurs Discovered in Kuwait

Kuwait| A 67-year old sheperd looking for one of his animals, stumbled upon what could be one of the most astonishing discoveries of modern archeology. The man noticed a barely visible entrance to a group of caves covered with prehistoric art depicting many humans and animals, but also a few live dinosaurs, bringing many questions concerning the chronology of the extinction of these gigantic creatures.

“At first, we thought these were modern grafitis” explains Abdul Al-Shalafi, the paleontologist recently named in charge of the site, “but the carbon dating analysis revealed that they were in fact, older than the rest of the drawings. It seems that these were probably the first images drawn in the cave, and they seem to relate to the earliest period of development of this settlement.”

These amazing work of arts combined with dinosaur bones discovered on the spot, bring aa all new perspective to the theories concerning the disappearance of the dinosaurs about 65 million years ago. It now seems plausible that humans could actually have coexisted with these incredible creatures until a few hundred thousand years ago.

“These prehistoric pictograms seem to illustrate dinosaurs being hunted by humans” adds Mr Al-Shalafi. “This could mean that humans are actually to blame for their extermination. This is certainly a revolutionnary new perspective and it will certainly be hard for many historians and archeologists to accept.”

6 Comments on "Prehistoric Cave Art Depicting Humans Hunting Dinosaurs Discovered in Kuwait"

  1. Ever heard of Samoan dragons?

  2. Collette Baldwin | February 13, 2017 at 7:49 pm | Reply

    The drawing of the dinosaur looks like it could have been added at a later date…the other drawing are painted in detail and the dinosaur looks like it’s been drawn by a 4 year old. Think I’d ask for the paint tested to make sure it’s the same

    • they did test the paint and found that the oddball image was the oldest and the very first image drawn in the cave.

  3. no, it cant possibly be the work of bad cave artists, can it? After all, Yoko Ono!

  4. If you read my book ‘The Third Explanation’ Amazon, you will see that numerous human footprints and dinosaur prints co-exist, but have been ignored for a hundred years by palaeontologists who only know what they have been taught by tutors, who themselves only know the status-quo. A status-quo which ignores many anomalous facts: such as the fact that the Smithsonian destroys evidence that does not fit the accepted chronology of human evolution. For destroying thousands of giant skeletons they are currently being sued by the US government

  5. the art what does it mean does this mean that human were actually alive then and saw the dinos or was it just a kuwait

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