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Aboriginal rock art from Grampians National Park, Australia - Stock Image

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'Many Hands' rock art in Manja Aboriginal rock shelter, western Grampians National Park, Australia (the black areas are soot from campfires). It is believed that the hand stencils were a way of recording a visit to this incredible rock overhang. This rock site has more hand stencils than any other site in Victoria. The Grampians National Park has over 80% of the Aboriginal rock art of Victoria. Only a handful of the approx 60 sites are open to the public. Indigenous Australians have lived in the region for thousands of years.
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