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An unusual petroglyph in Upper Salt Creek Canyon, Canyonlands National Park, Utah , USA.

The Four Faces panel is in remarkably good condition, considering it is at least 700 years old. It is a fine example of Fremont art. According to the experts most of the ruins in Canyonlands were originally constructed by the Anasazis, but this pictograph panel and others like it prove that the Fremonts also maintained some sort of presence in the area
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