This petroglyph is made of stone, probably granite, and has been pecked or incised with Native American artwork on two sides. The artwork has been traced with white chalk to make it clearly visible. It was found in Wabash County at Hanging Rock and was likely produced by a holy man of the Piankishaw Tribe. The artwork depicts a lizard, an egg, an eye, and other identifiable markings. It is approximately 12 inches in diameter.