The most common art of that period was the cave paintings which included animals more than humans. These paintings were more to communicate with others about their inherent feelings and expressions. One of the paintings found in France in the Paleolithic period, was about the cave painting showing stags, horses, humans, and many abstract designs (Cave paintings, 2014). The designs are probably being made by a species which would have thinking capacity closer to humans and who would be able to present their feelings by painting inside a cave. The animals being drawn inside the paintings could represent the success of having caught them or some religious ritual to be followed on these animals. The purpose of these paintings remains unknown and blurred. The possibility of a different kind of species cannot be ruled out as there were many different species in those times. These paintings were supposedly carved from stone, antler or bone, and then modelled with clay to give the painting colours and textures (Esaak, 2015). It is also alleged that the paintings could have been prepared by burnt bones, minerals, and charcoal mixed with blood, animal fats, water, and tree saps. The cave painting of animals could mean the cultural side of those people which could have become their daily routine as the outside ice would have forced them to stay inside of the caves and spend most of their time there.