Ute Indian Petroglyphs

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The Ute Indian Petroglyphs are a collection of rock carvings or petroglyphs believed to be several hundred years old nand made by the Ute Native American tribe. They consist of a variety of images and symbols that were carved into the rock surfaces by the Ute tribe. These images include depictions of animals such as bighorn sheep, deer, and snakes as well as human figures, handprints, and other abstract symbols.

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