We DISCOVERED Ancient Cave Paintings!

We DISCOVERED Ancient Cave Paintings!

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In this episode of On Location, Coyote and the team discover ancient cave paintings while exploring in South Africa!

Well known for its historical significant in early human culture, South Africa is home to some of the most important artifacts on the planet.

Will the team’s discovery add to this rich culture of human history?

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74 Responses

  1. DiamondCastle90 says:

    Coyote you are the best and bravest youtuber ever keep up the good vids

  2. Mr NishaNt says:

    Wwwaaooo

  3. Lemmonade the fennec says:

    He should do a collab whit Ants Canada,s channel

  4. King OlludapFromYT says:

    Cayote its awsome that you actualy find an acient cave, also iam part of the early squad 😀 and sometimes i like my own comment because nobody like my comment🙁 but thats ok because that is life.

  5. Justin Y. says:

    I bet the man who made that painting had no idea people would discover his art thousands of years later.

  6. Van Hendrix says:

    There’s always an exciting adventure

  7. fran rose says:

    – “That one is definitely a male”
    – “How can you tell?”
    *zooms in on “male part”*

  8. any thing says:

    LONG THICC DICC

  9. MoNo K says:

    I got a serious man crush on Coyote Peterson 😍

  10. mmarlaire says:

    He writes his voice-overs like I write my essays

    With to much adjectives and to much unnecessary synonyms

  11. Maristakingmylife says:

    The filming and editing style is so professional that I sometimes feel like I’m watching TV

  12. Celesto Science says:

    Even our ancestors got boners!!!!!!!!

  13. ellise ellis says:

    coyote’s💪💪💪

  14. Killingglorie says:

    that is definitely a male, DON’T ASSUME ITS GENDER COYOTE!!

  15. Christine McDonald says:

    Oh I get it. You show teasers for the executioner wasp to get people to subscribe. Then you show them you have pretty good original content. So that when you do show it people will already be hook and keep watching. Your a evil genius.

  16. RhettyforFun says:

    What a cool thing to hike to and document!

  17. Gachasis is awesome says:

    Wow that is amazing!

  18. 19thHour says:

    Sure, people painted those cliff walls hundreds and thousands of years ago and now these are priceless parts of human history. But when I drew on the walls as a kid, I got a time out.

  19. 19thHour says:

    If you pay close attention, you can see Coyote and the crew get bit in this episode…by the Anthropology bug!

  20. CHALICE says:

    Really interesting video, Coyote! Didn’t expect myself to be so intrigued by historic things like this 😊 So glad that even though Coyote is an animal enthusiast, he still shows us literally anything that is in the wild, not just animals ❤️ That’s braving the wilderness!

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