via The Nation, 25 July 2020: A new rock art site has been discovered in Koh Talu island in southern Thailand’s Phang Nga province, which already has a few sites known in the area. Interestingly, there seem to be a number of bovids painted in this site which I’ve not seen around this area before.
A new set of ancient paintings were discovered in Phang Nga Bay Marine National Park on Friday (July 24).
Sarayuth Tanthien, head of the national park, said he found these ancient paintings when he led park officials to investigate the Petch Pakarang Cave at Koh Talu Island in Takua Thung district.
“A new set of ancient paintings were as same as other paintings found in Phang Nga Bay and nearby areas,” he said. “We are waiting for related authorities to join our investigation.”