This is not DNA. This was not painted by technologically advanced Neanderthals, ancient aliens, Lumerians, or the ghost of Whitney Houston (too soon?).
I’m explaining this because a vast majority of the individuals who see this photo may be inclined to draw connections between it and the double helix of deoxyribonucleic acid.
What scientists believe this to be is the oldest cave paintings yet found. On top of that, it was most likely created by Neanderthals. Scientists believe the above image (seen in full here) depicts local seals that the Neanderthal’s in that area likely hunted. This beautiful painting has been radiocarbon dated to between 43,500 and 42,300 years old.
So if you see this image popping up on conspiracy theory websites (not that you’d ever check those), please keep a logical mind about you.