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An isolated boulder along the left bank of the Ti-n-Lalan area, a left branch of the Wadi Senaddar bordering the eastern side of the etaghas. The boulder contains several petroglyphs on its vertical face looking toward the wadi. A couple of large carved and pecked lions and a human figure lifting up the largest animal’s tail are superimposed on the surface. A few other Camel style petroglyphs representing camels and stylized humans and Tifinagh writings can be seen at the top and on the right end side of the surface. This site was damaged in 2009 when black spray-paint inscriptions covered the lions.