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Teenager’s Snow Cave Enters Canadian Survival Lore

Teenager’s Snow Cave Enters Canadian Survival Lore

Teenager’s Snow Cave Enters Canadian Survival Lore Teenager’s Snow Cave Enters Canadian Survival Lore It was there, he said, that he came up with the idea of building a snow cave, which he constructed using a snow shovel to dig a hole in the ground about seven-feet deep, more than three-feet wide and about seven feet in length. He used …

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Pig Painting May Be World’s Oldest Cave Art Yet, Archaeologists Say

Pig Painting May Be World’s Oldest Cave Art Yet, Archaeologists Say

Pig Painting May Be World’s Oldest Cave Art Yet, Archaeologists Say Pig Painting May Be World’s Oldest Cave Art Yet, Archaeologists Say In a hidden valley on an Indonesian island, there is a cave decorated with what may be the oldest figurative art ever glimpsed by modern eyes. The vivid depiction of a wild pig, outlined and filled in with …

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In Salt Lake City, a Modernist Man Cave

In Salt Lake City, a Modernist Man Cave

In Salt Lake City, a Modernist Man Cave In Salt Lake City, a Modernist Man Cave When the coronavirus pandemic struck earlier this year, Cody Derrick was better prepared than many. He had already finished building a house in Salt Lake City that was designed to serve as a refuge. “I keep saying ‘sanctuary’ because I can’t quite find another …

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Ray Cave, Influential Time Magazine Editor, Is Dead at 91

Ray Cave, Influential Time Magazine Editor, Is Dead at 91

Ray Cave, Influential Time Magazine Editor, Is Dead at 91 Ray Cave, Influential Time Magazine Editor, Is Dead at 91 “I don’t think you can overstate how important Ray Cave was in the evolution of Sports Illustrated becoming what it was by the early 1970s — one of the best-written, best-edited magazines in America,” Michael MacCambridge, the author of “The …

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New York’s Sidewalk Prophets Are Heirs of the Lascaux Cave Artisans

New York’s Sidewalk Prophets Are Heirs of the Lascaux Cave Artisans

New York’s Sidewalk Prophets Are Heirs of the Lascaux Cave Artisans New York’s Sidewalk Prophets Are Heirs of the Lascaux Cave Artisans About 17,000 years ago, in the caves of Lascaux, France, ancestors drew on grotto walls, depicting equines, stags, bison, aurochs and felines. They wanted to convey to other humans a political reality crucial to their survival: They shared …

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Skull Fossils in Cave Show Mix of Human Relatives Roamed South Africa

Skull Fossils in Cave Show Mix of Human Relatives Roamed South Africa

Nestled in South Africa’s Cradle of Humankind, the Drimolen paleocave is an amphitheater hosting the remains of ancient ancestors of humans. Most famous among the hominins found there are Orpheus and Eurydice, a pair of Paranthropus robustus unearthed in 1994 and named after the lovers from Greek mythology. They are just two of more than 160 fossilized specimens of our …

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