Nature Man - VOA Connect

In 1983, Joe Pachak discovered the first rock art of a mammoth in North America, a 14,000 year-old etching. Later, he built life-size effigies of the mammoth and other effigies of animals that are burned in celebration of nature and the Winter Solstice.
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