F The Wezmeh Cave (Persian غار وزمه Ghār -e Wezme ) is a paleontological and archaeological site in the province of Kermanshah in western Iran. The site was discovered in 1999 by a team of Iranian archaeologists led by Dr. Kamyar Abdi and excavated in 2001. Here, a large number of remains of animal fossils and a human tooth was discovered from the Upper Paleolithic. The human remains were examined by Erik Trinkaus and Bruno Maureille. The fossils belong to red fox, spotted hyena, brown bear, wolf, lion, leopard, equine, rhinos and other species. Examines they were by Marjan Mashkour and her colleagues at the Natural History Museum in Paris.