The Drakensberg is the highest mountain range in Southern Africa, and some 20,000 rock paintings have been found in its numerous caves and overhangs.
These were made by the Bushmen (also known as San), indigenous hunter-gatherers who have inhabited the region for thousands of years. Their cave paintings are incredible images of a variety of animals including rhinoceros, elephant, and various antelope species native to the area.
A Close View of an Eland in a San Rock Painting
by Kenneth Garrett at AllPosters.com