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Artwork in an Indonesian cave has been found to date back at least 40,000 years, making it the oldest sign yet of human creative art—likely pre-dating art from European caves. The findings, published on 8 October in Nature, undermine a Eurocentric view of the origins of human creativity and could prompt a ‘gold rush’ to find even older art on the route of human migration from Africa to the east. At Nature