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On the other side of this Castle Peaks arch is a rock formation that looks like a tortoise, with its head extended

On the other side of this Castle Peaks arch is a rock formation that looks like a tortoise, with its head extended I crouch and walk through this little rock arch in the Castle Peaks areaThumbnailsI climb over the next hill (a 75-foot rise), upon which I find a boulder with a tuft of cactus on its headI crouch and walk through this little rock arch in the Castle Peaks areaThumbnailsI climb over the next hill (a 75-foot rise), upon which I find a boulder with a tuft of cactus on its headI crouch and walk through this little rock arch in the Castle Peaks areaThumbnailsI climb over the next hill (a 75-foot rise), upon which I find a boulder with a tuft of cactus on its headI crouch and walk through this little rock arch in the Castle Peaks areaThumbnailsI climb over the next hill (a 75-foot rise), upon which I find a boulder with a tuft of cactus on its headI crouch and walk through this little rock arch in the Castle Peaks areaThumbnailsI climb over the next hill (a 75-foot rise), upon which I find a boulder with a tuft of cactus on its head

This rock tortoise (or is it a lizard?) even has an eye!