May 04, 2020
A team of archaeologists have recently found a cave decorated with various rock art scenes in Wadi El-Mazala in northern Sinai, Egypt. The cave is the first of its kind to be found in the area and measures 15m deep and 20m high.
The scenes show various wildlife animals including camels, mules, gazelles, goats, and donkeys. The researches also found remains of circular buildings, 200 meters to the south-west of the cave, which formed a settlement site.