Cave painting of three little pigs was found on Indonesian island of Sulawesi by the team of archaeologist Prof. Adam Brumm. It is at least 45500 years old. According to various specialists this may be the first ever made attempt to record a story like we do now using our gadgets. Just the technology was somewhat simpler.
Speaking seriously this might be the survived depicting of an animal in the cave. The image made with red ocher pigment displays interaction between two warty pigs. This painting is older than its European analogues and gives scientists new ideas on when the first humans mastered the capability to create figurative art. There is another image of the pig found in the cave of the same region that was dated to be at least 32000 years old. It is interesting that the these to images are separated by such a great stretch of time.