A mysterious face carved into a cliff discovered in Canada that could be of the Tseshaht

A mysterious face carved into a cliff discovered in Canada that could be of the Tseshaht


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A mysterious large face on an island cliff in the ‘Pacific Rim National Park Reserve’ It has been discovered by a man who had been looking for her after two years, according to the government agency 'Parks Canada'.

Hank Gus, from the group ‘Tseshaht First Nation‘, an aboriginal group from the area, heard for the first time about a face in the rocks of Reeks Island, which is part of the ‘Bronken Group Islands’ archipelago two years ago after hearing the story of a tourist who observed the face in 2008, according to Matthew Payne, program director of ‘Parks Canada’.

"Gus and some beach watchers at Tseshaht discovered the face just a few weeks ago, and they were very excited to share it with us and the archaeologists they have worked with," Payne told ABC News.

"The Tseshaht have lived in the area for thousands of years, so we have worked with them and discovered a lot of oral histories of what the face meant," Payne added.

Now, ‘Tseshaht First Nation’ and ‘Parks Canada’ They try to find out if the face was built by humans or is it a wonder of nature.


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