Photography is not allowed inside Pair-non-Pair cave. This image of the famous horse (no. 16) is copied from the poster on display at the entrance of Pair-non-Pair cave.
Gated entrance to the decorated chamber within Pair-non-Pair cave.
Passageways in the cave that were not decorated are not gated.
Pieces of red ochre excavated from Pair-non-Pair cave sediment hint that there could have been pictographs (painted images) on the cave walls or ceiling. Conditions inside Pair-non-Pair cave might not have been ideal for the preservation of pictographs.
The rock art images inside Pair-non-Pair cave do no include humans, but three bone carvings are very human-like.
Flint blades excavated from the soil sediments inside of Pair-non-Pair cave.
Stone tool assemblage excavated from the soil sediments inside Pair-non-Pair cave; this assemblage of tools belong to the ChâteauPerron tool tradition (40,000 - 35,000 BC) that is associated with the Neandertals. The rock art on the walls of the cave were made at a later date.
Stone tool assemblage excavated from the soil sediments inside Pair-non-Pair cave; this assemblage of tools belong to the Augnacion tool tradition (33,000 - 26,000 BC).
Hammerstone with fractures along the use edge excavated from Pair-non-Pair cave.
Flint cores and a blade used as an end scraper from Pair-non-Pair cave.
Skull of a wild canine (Canis lupus) from Pair-non-Pair cave.
Half of the mandible of a sotted cave hyena (Crocuta crocuta spelaea)) from Pair-non-Pair cave.
Scapula of a Coeldonta antiquitatis (Ice Age Rhinocéros laineux) from Pair-non-Pair cave.
Mammoth tooth from Pair-non-Pair cave.
Split Mammoth femur from Pair-non-Pair cave.
Bone tools from Pair-non-Pair cave.
Bone fragment with fine line incisions from Pair-non-Pair cave.
Two teeth mostly likely used on a necklace and an interesting carved ivory artifact from Pair-non-Pair cave.
Selfie taken just before entering Pair-non-Pair cave.