The two life-size giraffe petroglyphs, known as the Dabous giraffe, are the largest known animal carvings in the world. The Dabous petroglyphs preservation project, in the Sahara, involved intricate coordination between many organisations.
The Lascaux Caves in SW France hold an amazing array of paintings dated at more than years. Their subject is hunting. Their location and intricacy suggests they were motivated by a sense of a spiritual bond between hunter and prey.
The Coso region, located within the Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, in the desert of interior southern California, is home to some of the most spectacular displays of Native American rock art anywhere on the continent.