This picture shows a highlighted image of the petroglyph referred to as mammoth 2. It was discovered, from photographs, by Robert Ciaccio who assisted researchers with illustrations of the panel of early period petroglyphs. Mammoth 2 is situated approximately 8 feet (2.5 meters) to the left of mammoth 1 and about 5 meters above ground level. This figure appears more "mammoth-like" than mammoth 1 mainly because it does not have the vertical segmentation. It's domed head, tusks, trunk, and stick-like legs are very similar to mammoth 1. It also has a long trunk with a bifurcated end that seems to represent the two finger-like extensions most probosideans have. This image would fit quite well in a European cave painting. It measures about 13 3/4 inches (35cm) from tusk to tail.