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Thread: Is that an image of a Giraffe in Cave paintings of Bhimbetka, India

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    If anybody wants to refresh his or her memory on how to hunt a giraffe with simple equipment, there's film. These guys didn't have horses, and the chase lasted several days while the poison took effect. I saw this in grad school (Anthropology) 40 years ago, and it wasn't fresh then. It also wasn't digital, in the 1970s they still used a movie projector. https://archive.org/details/huntersfilmpart1

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