Prehistoric knob graffiti discovered in Moroccan cave

The phallus is thought to have appeared between 10,000-15,000 BC

 A PREHISTORIC cock and balls motif has been discovered in a Moroccan cave

Experts have dated the detailed depiction of a phallus between 10,000-15,000 BC and believe it to be the clearest sign yet our ancient ancestors possessed sophisticated sentient intelligence.

Renowned cultural anthropologist Professor Janet Griddle said ‘This enthralling representation of a man’s penis brings a major shift in the understanding of the collective evolution of the species.

‘Such motifs normally crop up toward the peak of high civilizations. The Mayans, Egyptians, Romans and Greeks all had their own intricate examples and it’s something often seen in the great merchant cities and extensively developed urban areas. To discover such a symbol in a cave is very exciting. We generally expect to find primitive scrawlings of wilderbeast, so this is really something.

‘Physics may lay claim to the Higgs-Boson but this little gem certainly gives them a run for their money’ ‘

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