Trait tied to autism may explain emergence of realistic art

Chauvet Cave in Southern France is home to 30,000-year-old drawings of lions. Around the same time, detailed animal paintings began to proliferate in ice age caves. Photo by Wikimedia Commons

May 16 (UPI) — Some 30,000 years ago, in the midst of the Ice Age, cartoonish caricatures of animals gave way

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