This is an unusual and remarkable petroglyph of what appears to be a fire-breathing dragon!
Did this Anasazi artist just have a wild imagination or did he see something that we don't see in our world today?
Dr. Don Patton is shown here with an Indian rock art that he believes depicts a Triceratops dinosaur. This petroglyph (carving in rock) is in Montrose County, near Montrose, Colorado Notice the three horns on the head of the rock carving and how similar it is in appearance to what scientists now believe Triceratops actually looked like.
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This petroglyph can be seen at the Wupatki National Park near Flagstaff, Arizona. It has been named "Puff, The Magic Dragon!"
This particular petroglyph appears to be a depiction of a fire-breathing dinosaur. There is no certain way to date such petroglyphs, but it is believed to be as least several hundred years old.
This ancient petroglyph is attributed to the Fremont Indians who lived during the same time of the southwestern Anasazi.
According to the evolutionary timescale, triceratops lived during the cretaceous period which was supposedly 65 to 145 million years ago.
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NATIVE AMERICANS DREW ROCK PICTURES OF DINOSAURS 1,000 YEARS AGO!