Old earth references will be found on some of the sites below.
Pg. 106-107: French cave paintings and rock archive – lots of photos.
The map below is in a pdf format here and may be printed.
Pg 107: The Lena River and Woolly Rhino carcasses.
Scholarly article with some interesting information on the Woolly Rhino find in Siberia if you’d like to delve into this a bit more.
Pg. 109: The Irish elk – not actually Irish nor elk but a gigantic deer, Megaloceros giganteus. See here.
Pg 114: Middens – what they are & what they tell us.
Pg 116 – Kingsley talks about ‘Neanderthal man’ in a very derogatory fashion – that he was ‘like an ape’ & ‘would have eaten you if he could.’ Articles showing how the view of Neanderthal man has changed in recent times. Search for ‘Neanderthal Man as my original link has moved.
I found this video of the Lacaux caves which were discovered in France in 1940, well after Kingsley’s time – but it is in French! However, it doesn’t look too difficult & I’m going to go through it with Moozle and see how she goes translating it, or the gist of it at least.
Update: Chauvet Cave, France – in English! Thanks to Zoe for the suggestion. (2021 – not available any more)