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That's a cool sight. While looking at it, they have a picture of some of the cave drawings on the side of the article. They look very similar to the pictographs I have seen in Utah. What it got me wondering is none of them look anything like the buffalo picture on the other side of the park. I have always questioned the authenticity of the buffalo because it seems out of place to me. And the quality of rock it is painted on seems very weathered, and I am surprised it has held up for so long, if it is in fact very old. I admittedly am a "look at the pictures" guy when it came to history. Can anyone more knowledgeable shed some light on my question of authenticity or comparison? Or is it simply "it is what it is."
Here is a quote from a Park Archaeologist"I just wish we knew the answers to your questions. Most is speculation and inferrence from discoveries outside the BB.
Some of the rock art I have seen over the years appears to be deliberate, purposely made
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