The Atxurra caves, located in the Basque Country in northern Spain, were first identified by researchers in 1929. However, extensive exploration of the site has been hampered by issues of accessibility; the newly discovered drawings were found 1,000 feet underground. This trove of images, notable for the large quantity of figures, comprises some 70 depictions of hunting scenes featuring animals such as deer, goats, and horses. One image shows a bison impaled by 20 spears, ostensibly the record for most spear markings in any European cave painting to date. Although the site is closed to the public, researchers plan to eventually create and distribute 3D versions of the drawings online.