On the cave walls are paintings of horses, mammoth, bison, aurochs, bears…

More than 70 animal pictures interact with the relief of the rock, colours and light. The mammoth is the most frequently represented animal, with 28 examples. The only representation of a bear is a strikingly realistic engraving done with a flint tool.

The painting of the spotted horses is a unique composition, an exceptionally well-preserved masterpiece dating back 29,000 years. In total, almost 800 representations have been counted in the cave.

These representations, associated with negative hands and prehistoric footprints, create a moving sense of closeness to our far distant human ancestors.