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How did thousands of visitors contaminate the paintings in the Lascaux caves? A. People generated humidity and heat, which produced a fungus. B. People introduced light into the caves, which caused fading. C. People removed sections of the cave drawings, leading to erosion. D. People started fires in the caves, burning the canvas.
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How did thousands of visitors contaminate the paintings in the Lascaux caves? - People generated humidity and heat, which produced a fungus.
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How did thousands of visitors contaminate the paintings in the Lascaux caves? - People generated humidity and heat, which produced a fungus.
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