Laas Gaal or Laas Geel is a complex of caves and rock shelters in Somaliland. Famous for their rock art, the caves are located not far from Hargeisa, and contain some of the earliest known cave paintings in Africa. Laas Gaal's rock art is estimated to date back to somewhere between 9,000–8,000 and 3,000 BCE
Owl - Fremont people A.D. 600-1300. Site is on BLM land in Kane Creek Canyon near Moab, Grand Co., Utah. Edward Abbey apparently stumbled upon this figure and mentioned it in one of his journals. An entry published in "Confessions of a Barbarian" says: "Found a beautiful petroglyph of an owl near the mouth of Kane Creek Canyon. Must show it to Rebecca."