(Minghui.org) Over the past century, many fossils of prehistoric creatures and the remnants of prehistoric human civilizations with superior intelligence have been discovered around the world, challenging the time frame of evolution theory.

Recently, evidence of bones used to make clothes from 120,000 years ago were discovered in Morocco.

According to a report published in the journal iScience on September 16, 2021, scientists found the tools in the Contrebandiers Cave on the Atlantic coast of Morocco.

The paper, titled “A worked bone assemblage from 120,000–90,000 year old deposits at Contrebandiers Cave, Atlantic Coast, Morocco,” notes that some of these tools excavated were wide, rounded scrapers made from cattle ribs that removed connective tissue within the fur without puncturing it. Among the total 12,000 bone fragments unearthed in the case, 62 bone pieces were shaped by humans for use as clothing-making tools.

Scrapers are tools still in use in modern rawhide processing. There are also many carnivores’ remains in the cave that have cut marks consistent with those left by modern fur removal techniques, such as cuts on the claws and mandibles of sand foxes, golden jackals, and wild cats.

Prior to this finding, there have been more archaeological discoveries pointing to advanced ancient civilizations.

On August 26, 2012, Paola Villa, an archaeologist at the University of Colorado at Boulder, and her colleagues published a paper in the journal PLOS ONE, announcing the discovery of a variety of tools made from elephant bones by humans 400,000 years ago in Italy.

According to a paper published in the journal Science on September 23, 2021, scientists have discovered fossilized footprints dating back 23,000 years in White Sands National Park, New Mexico, USA.

In a paper published on February 22, 2021 in the journal Nature Human Behaviour, scientists discovered kangaroo rock murals in the Kimberley region of northeastern Western Australia. The petroglyphs are located on the sloping ceiling of a rock bunker. The painting is about two meters long, reddish-brown, and similar to the actual size of a kangaroo. The image of the kangaroo in the painting is lifelike. Experts estimated that this painting dated back 17,300 years ago.

The Science Advances magazine published a report in January 2021, describing murals of three pigs and several hand-made molds found in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Each pig, painted with red paint, was more than one meter long. Its history can be traced back to 45,000 years ago.

In another article published by Science Advances in September 2020, archaeologists discovered 120,000-year-old ancient human and animal tracks in the Taibuk region of northern Saudi Arabia, the oldest evidence of human life ever found on the Arabian Peninsula.