Moelv Petroglyphs Part 2

Continuing with the interpretations of the figures on side 1 of the Moelv Rock I’m moving on to the bottom left figure from the picture in the previous post. I rendered the shape of the petroglyph both as a young moose and as a goat. In the moose version the long ears and stocky body makes it look more like a donkey than young moose. The goat rendering fits rather well in the silhouette, but the carvings are probably from the stone age and it is uncertain of there were goats in Norway before the bronze age.

Silhouette of figure 3, drawing of figure 3 as a young moose, and drawing of figure 3 as a goat.