Rock Art of Baja California (1994-1996)
 
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Rock paintings in Cueva de Las Flechas, located in Baja California. Photo: Guillermo Aldana.

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A distant view of Cueva del Ratón in the Sierra de San Francisco mountains of Baja California. Photo: Kathleen McDonnell.

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Visitors at Cueva del Ratón in 1992. Photo: Neville Agnew.

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GCI scientist Arie Wallert takes samples of the paint pigments at Cueva del Ratón. Photo: Nicholas Stanley-Price.

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A rock painting at El Ratón depicts a human figure. Photo: Neville Agnew.

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Detail of a rock painting at El Ratón depicts a deer head in red. Photo: Neville Agnew.

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Project team members study the paintings at El Ratón. Photo: Kathleen McDonnell.

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Archaeologist Maria Isabel Hernández views plan of El Ratón. Photo: Kathleen McDonnell.

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Rock art scientist Alan Watchman and conservator Valerie Magar examine a portion of the rock paintings. Photo: Antoinette Padgett.

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Visitors on the newly constructed viewing platform at Cueva del Ratón in 1994. Photo: Nicholas Stanley-Price.

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View of site information signs on the ascending access path to the site. Photo: Nicholas Stanley-Price.