Summary: A complex site near the Euro Trig, with a whale at the centrem surrounded by fish, shields and a wallaby.

A complex site between the Basin Track and Euro Trig, it has 42 figures (of which 32 are mundoes). The whale (which 7.5m in length) is the dominant figure, and is surrounded by local animals. Overlapping the body of the whale are are three shields, and a large fish.

IMG 7603 LR Euro Trig WhaleIMG 7603 LR highlighted Euro Trig Whale

Inside the whale is a turtle, which has a long pointed flipper on each side of its body.

IMG 7607 LR Euro Trig WhaleIMG 7607 LR highlighted Euro Trig Whale

At the opposite end of the rock platform is a wallaby or kangaroo, with a long, pointed triangular head.

IMG 7614 LR Euro Trig WhaleIMG 7614 LR highlighted Euro Trig Whale

Along the entire length of the site is a long row of mundoes (footprints).

Euro Trig Whale - Site Summary

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