The entrance to the Megaloceros Gallery is guarded by two giants. To the left, you can see a drawing of a rhinoceros, and to the right is a megaloceros deer, drawn with an incomplete antler.
At 98 ft long, this gallery leads to the heart of the cave. Other drawings have been engraved along the walls with tools or drawn on with charcoal, such as the two animals in this gallery.
The Chauvet Cave is located in the Ardeche region of southern France and was visited by the Paleolithic people from 36,000 to 29,000 years ago. These people decorated the caves with animal symbols, abstract signs, and even some representations of human beings, such as handprints, which have been discovered and preserved today.