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March 12, 2010

'The finest animal painting in Zimbabwe'


That's African rock art expert Peter Garlake's opinion, as reported in Michael Fitzgerald's January 23, 2010 Wall Street Journal story about the giraffe pictured above and below, part of a 30-foot-long frieze of paintings inside the great cave of Inanke in Zimbabwe's Matobo Hills.


"The cave is one of hundreds painted by the San people (commonly called the Bushmen) about 5,000 to 10,000 years ago and located in what is now Matobo National Park...," wrote Fitzgerald.

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