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September 23, 2001 | From Associated Press
Vandals have scratched a panel known as the Blue Buffalo out of existence in the last three weeks, destroying priceless rock art created about 200 years ago in Utah's southeast desert. The decimated rock art featured a shield, several figures and a bison painted on a large sandstone panel tucked into a canyon about 15 miles northwest of Moab near Mill Canyon. The 16-foot-long panel was unusual because of the blue paint and the depiction of a bison in motion, said Bruce Louthan, an archeologist with the Bureau of Land Management in Moab.
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September 23, 2001 | From Associated Press
Vandals have scratched a panel known as the Blue Buffalo out of existence in the last three weeks, destroying priceless rock art created about 200 years ago in Utah's southeast desert. The decimated rock art featured a shield, several figures and a bison painted on a large sandstone panel tucked into a canyon about 15 miles northwest of Moab near Mill Canyon. The 16-foot-long panel was unusual because of the blue paint and the depiction of a bison in motion, said Bruce Louthan, an archeologist with the Bureau of Land Management in Moab.
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