Exploring an Ice Age Necropolis

In the Upper Paleolithic period, just over 12,000 years ago, Arene Candide in Italy's northwestern Liguria region was an imposing cave with a massive, nearly 300-foot sand dune next to its entrance. Today, the dune has been quarried away. For archaeologist Vitale Sparacello of the University of Bordeaux, Arene Candide is key to understanding humanity's legacy in the region.

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