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Guide Reports Vandalism to Rock Art in Australia
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
PILBARA, WESTERN AUSTRALIA—Rock art in Murujuga National Park on the Burrup Peninsula has been defaced by vandals who etched the words ‘go and work for a living’ above the ancient images. “What we have here is the largest gallery of rock art anywhere in the world, the oldest gallery of rock art anywhere in the world and the only gallery of rock art anywhere in the world that actually shows the continuing inhabitation of an area and the changes to society over the last 30,000 years,” member of Parliament Robin Chapple told 7 News. “There’s people spray painting their names on rocks around the Burrup,” he added.
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