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petroglyph pictures - Colorado River, Topock Gorge
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Hum-Me-Chomp Petroglyphs

On the Arizona side of the Colorado River, about half-way through Topock Gorge, is a petroglyph site held sacred by the Mojave Indians




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ecology: wildlife - plants - geography: regions - places - MAPS - roads & trails: route 66 - communities - old west - glossary - comments
ghost towns & gold mines - mining - parks & public lands: wilderness - history - native culture - military - geology: natural features -
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