Elk petroglyph Biluut Tolgoi, MongoliaYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Petroglyph of a stylised elk from from the rock art site of Biluut Tolgoi 1 in the Mongolian Altai mountains of Bayan Olgii province. The large, rounded snout suggests it is the depiction an elk (Alces alces). The tip-toe style dates around Late Bronze Age / Early Iron Age (early 1st millennium BCE) with the most famous example being deer carved into a menhir found in the famous Arzhan kurgan of Tuva.