Archaeologists fear climate change slowly erasing world's oldest cave painting in Indonesia

The world's oldest cave painting is decaying at a rapid pace due to climate change, archaeologists said, as experts race against time to find ways to preserve the priceless prehistorical artwork in Indonesia. Found in 2017, the painting in a limestone cave in Indonesia's island of Sulawesi appears to be the earliest known pictorial record of storytelling and thought to date back 45,500 years.