17.3 million years old kangaroo petroglyphs make a mess! Scientists play with Darwin

A team of Australian researchers has discovered a kangaroo petroglyph in Western Australia that has been dated to about 17,300 years ago, making it the oldest known complete petroglyph art in Australia.

A research result published in the journal Nature Human Behaviour on February 22, is the oldest petroglyph ever found in Australia.

A team of Australian researchers discovered an Aboriginal artist’s kangaroo petroglyph in remote Western Australia, the report said, and the image of the kangaroo on the petroglyph is still vivid today, which has been proven to be about 17,300 years old, making it the oldest known complete petroglyph art in Australia.

17,300 years ago kangaroo and now …… exactly the same? Books say that all species evolved, that humans evolved from monkeys to today, that kangaroos actually dare to my way, refused to evolve, also OK?

According to media reports, the kangaroo painting was found in the Kimberley area of northeastern Western Australia, located on the sloping ceiling of a rock shelter. The ochre-colored painting is about 2 meters long, and oddly enough, the kangaroo in the painting not only looks the same as a modern kangaroo, but also has a similar size and head.

By measuring the radiocarbon signal emitted from the ancient wasp nests below and above the painting, researchers at the University of Western Australia and the University of Melbourne estimated that the petroglyphs were painted between 17,100 and 17,500 years ago, making them the oldest petroglyphs ever found in Australia.

The ancient wasp nests are also unchanged from the modern ones! Instead of thinking and digging in this direction, the atheistic scientists launched a more in-depth chronological study of the wasp nests. The team is expected to follow up by identifying petroglyphs older than this kangaroo, the report said.

The report also said that this work reflects the early naturalistic style of artistic attainment of the indigenous ancestors, showing that the oldest known rock art in Australia is dominated by animals, similar to the early cave art found in Indonesia and Europe. Does this report prove that animals in Indonesia and Europe also did not evolve over tens of thousands of years?

Sven Ouzman of the School of Social Sciences at the University of Western Australia Dr. Sven Ouzman, one of the lead researchers on the project, said the discovery of the petroglyphs will open up further understanding of the history of indigenous cultures.

Ouzman said the world’s oldest known cave painting, of a warthog of the same scale and size as a modern warthog, was discovered in Sulawesi, Indonesia, earlier this year, at least 45,000 years ago.

What does it mean that it has not changed in at least 45,000 years?

He believes that the warthog painting is similar in style to the kangaroo petroglyphs and that there is a cultural connection that suggests that there may be older petroglyphs in Australia.

What kind of cultural connection exists? If older petroglyphs exist in Australia, how can the petroglyphs be explained by evolutionary theory when the animals on them have not evolved from modern animals of the same species for scientists to recognize at a glance?

This …… is something Dr. Ozman is afraid he cannot say. Even if he thinks he has studied it clearly, he still can’t possibly study and understand it. Why? Because the direction of research should be to the east, while they are on the west side of the road forward wildly.

Think about it, according to the theory of evolution, monkeys have become human, but now there is evidence that the shape of kangaroos, warthogs and wasps, even wasp nests for tens of thousands of years, but not moving at all. This is not a Darwinian joke.