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So these animal droppings not only tell us about climate at that time, but also are excellent materials radiocarbon dating which allow us to date the final event of drying the Sahara.
These goat droppings covered in the sand reveal a time when farming community was overwhelmed by the desert. Hidden in the back of the cave, it’s a clue that confirms people sought shelter here.
The cave as very interesting feature which is the prints of hands. So this is excellent evidence of the people that lived there.
The next clue suggests that around them the Sahara was beginning its relentless transformation into desert.
Well, here we see very interesting drawing with these long lines, this represents it cloud with rain coming down, rain was becoming very scarce at that time, and they would have used this cave to pray for rain.
But with the monsoon now several thousand miles south, their prayers could not be answered.
Our, this cave must have been a very important secret place for these people at time when things were getting really bad.
Eventually, despite these rituals, the force of this change was so great, they had no choice but to leave.
Hidden this cave we have the sand and we have the hand prints which is the last massage left by the Sahara population.
The story of this cave started with tilt in the earth’s axis that stopped the rain falling on the Sahara, what must have seen like never-ending drought would in just 200 years turned a gentle fertile region the size of United States into a brutal searing wilderness. The wasteland we see today, this would be the biggest environmental upheaval of the last ten thousands years, those that could, must have migrated east to their closest source of the water, the valley of the N, a beacon of green in the vast desert. This exodus had surprising outcome, the death of one culture 5500 years ago would lead to birth of one of the most advanced civilization on the planet.
It was drying of the desert that led to this great civilization. People came from different places in the desert establish their villages, and within a very short time they began to have basic ingredients for the rise, which ensure civilization. So climate change in this particular case stimulated one of the most spectacular events in….
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so these animal droppings not only tell about the climate of that time, but they also
are excellent materials for radio carbon dating which allow us to date the final event
of the drying sahara.

these goat droppings covered in sand reveal the time when a farming community was
overwhelmed by desert, hidden in the back of the cave, is a clue that confirms people sought shelter here,

the cave has a very interesting feature which is the prints of hands, so this is
excellent evidence of the people that lived here.

the next clue suggest that around them the sahara was the beginning at relentless
transformation into desert.

well here we see is very interesting drawing, with these long lines, this represent
a cloud with rain coming down, rain was becoming scarce at that time, they would have use this to pray for rain.

but with the monsoon now several thousand miles south, their prays could not be answered,

ah, this cave must have been a very important secret place for these people at a time
when thing were getting real bad.

eventually despite of this rituals, the force of this change was so great, they had
no choice, but to leave.

here in this cave we have the sand and we have the handprints which is last message
left by the saharan population.

the story of this cave started with a tilt in the earth's axis that stopped the rain
falling on the sahara, what must have seen like a never ending draught would in just
200 years turn a gentle fertile region the size of the united states into a brutal,
searing wildness the waste-land we see today. this would be the biggest environmental
upheaval of the last 10,000 years, those that they could must migrated east to the
close source of water, the valley of Nile, a beacon of green in the vast desert.

this exodus had a suprising outcome, the death of one culture five thousand five hundred years ago would lead to the birth of one of the most advanced civilization
on the planet.

it was the drying to the desert that led to this geat civilization, people came from
different places in the desert, estabilished their villages and within a very short
time, they begin to have the basic ingredient for the rise, which just soon civilization, so climate change in this particular case stimulated one of the most
spectacular event in.
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