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Issues of the Preservation and Conservation of the Petroglyph in the Khoid Tsenkher Cave
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The Khoid Tsenkher Cave is located 28 km away from the center of Mankhan soum, Khovd province in Mongolia. The cave contains about 40,000-year-old petroglyphs. A variety of animals were depicted on the surface of the rocks, such as ostriches, camels, lions, elephants, and buffaloes in red and light brown paints. These images prove the existence of the animals that became extinct a long time ago. These petroglyphs play an important role in the research of the history and culture of thedoi:10.1051/e3sconf/202125103039 fatcat:gesqwy2dvredhhyymfgrzuynpu