Saturday, August 13, 2016
Tides Expose Newly Discovered Petroglyphs on Hawaii Beach
The tides have revealed a gallery of petroglyphs on a beach in Hawaii that experts say have never been recorded before.
The glyphs are pecked into the sandstone floor of the beach at Waianae, on the western coast of Oahu, which is typically covered with a thick blanket of sand.
But in late July, tourists arrived at the beach to find the bedrock exposed and the rock festooned with a series of human-shaped figures, their feet pointing toward the ocean.
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