FOX OF FRIENDSHIP CHAPTER 16. THE CAVE PAINTINGS
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"Nick? Nick! Wait for me." Judy called for the fox cub, as she headed towards the gigantic rock monument in middle of the ring-like formation of various sized boulders and on the top of the hill.
Judy couldn't do nothing else but to stare at the monument with a with her mouth hanging down and her eyes widened out of amazement
The rock monument on the top of the hill was strangely formed from four large and flat... and somewhat smooth-faced... rock plates, that were lifted into upright position and placed in a square formation. The plates were also places a some distance away from each others, - depending on the shape of the topside of the hill - so that in the monument's each corner was left a wide gaps, through of which both sunlight and the mammals could enter into the large space between the stone plates.
There was also a fifth large stone plate, that was placed onto in the upr