Centipede petroglyph

Centipede petroglyph

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Credit: FRANK ZULLO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Centipede petroglyph. This petroglyph of a centipede was made by the Hohokam, who may be the ancestors of the modern Pima and Tohono O'odham peoples in southern Arizona. It stands at around 1.5 metres tall. Photographed in Hieroglyphic Springs, in the Superstition Mountains and Wilderness, near Gold Canyon, Arizona, USA.

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