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This picture perceived as a prehistoric cave-painting

KRABI: --Historical paintings and earthenware determined to be in between 2,000 and 3,000 yrs old have been located in Krabi's Ao Luek district.

Native villagers discovered the archaeological site while searching for guano to feed their crops. On discovery, the villagers informed the Krabi Environmental and Cultural Preservation Board with their interesting find.



People in the board went to the area, Manora Cave, which is certainly situated 1.5 kms belonging to the nearest village settlement.

Discovery is in excess of 20 paintings of geometrical designs, boats and fish, which all appear equivalent in style to paintings available at surrounding Karos Cliff, popular with regard to its ancient artwork.

There was located cracked earthenware, which we approximately to be between 2,000 and 3,000 yrs old

The board is planning certification to send to the Fine Arts Department with regards to the discovery.