A permanent virtual exhibition of one of France’s most famous prehistoric sites, the underwater Cosquer Cave, is set to open its doors amid growing fears that it could be completely destroyed by rising tides caused by climate change. can sink
Until Saturday, visitors to the port city of Marseille will be able to see the Cosquer Mediterranee, a replica of the more than 30,000-year-old site. The visual and audio “experience” includes copies of the prehistoric paintings that made the cave internationally famous.
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Cosquer Cave was discovered in 1985 by diver Henri Cosquer in deep waters off the coast of Marseille.
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Over the years, the exhibition has given the public an opportunity to explore the cave, of which only 20 percent is currently dry and accessible. Officials say that the remaining dry areas of the cave are under flood due to the effects of climate change.
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