Petroglyphs of Kalbak-Tash (carved rock images) can be divided into several epochs. The Neolithic Age (6-4 thousand years BC) usually distinguished with the images of large figures of animals such as deer and goats, camels. The era of Eneolithic-bronze (3-1 thousand years BC), which is the largest group of drawings presented in Kalbak-Tash is marked with drawings of male and female figures, chariots and carts that are yoked with bulls, drovers and warriors, fantastic predators and domestic animals. One of the fantastic predators that emerged during this era is so-called “Altaic chimera”. Scythian epoch (VIII-III centuries BC) usually have petroglyphs with scenes of deer hunting, as well as numerous animals – goats, wolves, dogs, cat predators, marals. Ancient Turkic era (VII-X century BC) is full of hunting scenes, interesting images of wild bulls and bears. This period also includes the ancient Türkic runic inscriptions.