Petroglyph Beach is situated on the north-west of Wrangell, a town in Alaska. The shoreline is purported for the expansive number of petroglyphs looking like eyes, totemic creatures and geometric examples that have been discovered cut into stones and the bedrock on this site. These petroglyphs are no less than 8,000 years of age, in spite of the fact that their correct dates are dubious. The petroglyphs in Wrangell are discovered scattered close to the shore just underneath the mean water line, uncovering themselves amid times of low tide. A large portion of the petroglyphs can be discovered near spots of significance, for example, salmon streams and locales of home. Somewhere in the range of 40 petroglyphs have been found till date, influencing Petroglyph To shoreline the site of the most astounding convergence of petroglyphs found in Southeast Alaska. Since 2000, the shoreline is a State Historic Park.
The way that most petroglyphs are found on the shoreline in a restricted band at the mid-tide stamp shows that they were made when the ocean level was lower. The ice dissolved in this area exactly twelve thousand years back and ocean levels started to rise. In this way, the most punctual petroglyphs might be a huge number of years old, cut during a period of lower ocean levels. It is by and large trusted that the petroglyphs were made by the precursors of the present day Tlingit tribe in view of the likeness in the images and the imaginative style utilized as a part of the petroglyphs with those found in noteworthy and current Tlingit totemic workmanship. A significant number of these carvings portray whales, salmon, and countenances of the group.
As the petroglyphs were fundamentally situated close to the mouths of salmon streams and must be seen from the ocean side, these petroglyphs could be an approach to summon the divine beings to send salmons for bringing forth consistently which they chased for sustenance or maybe a thank you to the divine beings for plentiful chases. Another plausibility is that the outlines could fill in as regional markers for a decent chasing range or responsibility for ground. The stone here is transformative and has a tendency to be a dim dark that is finely grained, modestly hard and tough, and simple to crack, which would make it simpler to cut. In any case, that additionally makes the stones inclined to harm. Subsequently touching or strolling on the stones is precluded. There is an available footpath to a deck sitting above Petroglyph Beach. On the deck imitations of a few outlines are shown for guests to make rubbings on.