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Climate change is destroying ancient rock art

We must make an effort to reduce the impacts of climate change immediately. Image: Rabah Al Shammary/Unsplash

Paige Bennett
Writer, EcoWatch
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Indigenous guide Terence Coulthard shows ancient rock art to chef Rene Redzepi on a visit to Adnyamathanha land in the South Australian Outback on Oct. 3, 2010 in Flinders Ranges, Australia.
ndigenous rock art in Australia and around the world is fading away rapidly due to climate change. Image: Lisa Maree Williams
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