Summary: A shelter below a weathered cliff-line near the Terraborra North Ridge has figures in both charcoal and white.

At the base of a weathered cliff is a small shelter, which contains Aboriginal cave art.

Most of the figures are in charcoal, but there are also some white figures on the panel of art.

It’s hard to determine what the charcoal figures represent.

The white figures seem to represent animals, the small ones perhaps wombat, while the larger figure looks remarkably like a horse.

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