It seems that in Levanzo, the same great expressive phenomenon that in the Late Palaeolithic happened in the French-cantabrian region verified in a smaller scale, leaving great reproductions of animals very similar to that ones in the Grotta del Genovese. Walls and vaults of the well-known Pyreneic caves, such as Altamira in Spain or Lascaux in France, keeps about ten Palaeolithic paintings, in a naturalistic style that find is greatest expression in Italy in the Levanzo's engraving.
The animals engraved in the Grotta del Genovese are Cervus Elaphus (deer), Bos Primigenius (bull), l'Equus Asinus Hidruntinus (a short horse) and maybe a cat, or an incomprehensible animal.
About every animal is represented by profile ad has not the inner particularities of the body, because it was engraved with a single stroke which traces only the outline. There's only a bull depicted frontally and an eye for an horse.