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These are life size paintings by the Anasazi Indians on the canyon wall of the Calf Creek region of southeastern Utah. The Anasazi were village dwelling farmers who inhabited the southern Colorad Plateau of the Four Corners region of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah from between about A.D. 1 and 1300.