1.5分彩怎么注册archaeolog1.5分彩怎么注册ist in 1.5分彩怎么注册dahe town in Sunan county in Northwest China's Gansu province discovered 1.5分彩怎么注册many ancient rock paintings, including some in deer-shaped pattern, in the Yangkan Gorge and the Yumu Mountain in the Qilian Mountains on April 15.
The Yangkan Gorge, where the rock paintings were found, is located with at an altitude of over 2,780 meters. The cultural relics professionals discovered six groups and 16 rock paintings on the ground rock facing the southeast in the bottom of the valley. The paintings include deer, cattle, hunting patterns, etc., five of which are most prominent in the deer rock paintings. With a length of 6 cm and a height of 8 cm, the largest one has a tall horns and a well-proportioned body and limbs, with four legs slightly bending. There is a sucking deer in the abdomen of the dear (the male and female reindeers both have horns), with a running-like deer in front of it.