Eastern Mojave Vegetation Archeological site in lower Wild Horse Canyon.  


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  Archeological site in lower Wild Horse Canyon.
This archeological site in lower Wild Horse Canyon is formed inside a hollowed-out boulder of welded tuff. The hollow weathering features are called "tafoni." They are common in rocks of this type (fine-grained, acid composition) and this climate (arid to semi-arid). Both petroglyphs and pictographs are found here.

Article records that use this photograph:

  • Wild Horse Canyon Road - Mojave National Preserve: 60000.
  • Frequently Asked Questions: N0430800.

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