- The name of this valley translates to “fountain of doubt.”
- The site is best known for having one of the largest collections of petroglyphs (rock engravings) in Africa.
- Figures on rocks include elephants, ostriches, giraffes, people and footprints. Some are from the late Stone Age.
- The rock art provides an extensive record of hunter-gatherer community rituals covering at least 2,000 years.
ANSWER Twyfelfontein (formally known as /Ui-//aes) in the Damara highland, Namibia
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