The Chiguéou Elephant (Ennedi, Chad)
An engraved elephant with butterfly-shaped hears and downward pointing tusks is found on the north face of the Chiguéou II natural arch. This figure is about 60 cm large. Above it an enigmatic figure and a figure of a bovid with forward pointing horns, are visible. To the right of the elephant an anthropomorphic figure holding a stick is shown, followed by a small quadruped, possibly representing a dog. The 3D stereo-photographic model shows the existence of a horizontal row made of small cup marks, just below the elephant.
Menardi Noguera Alessandro, 2016. The Chiguéou II rock art site revisited (Ennedi, Chad). Academia.edu.