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Those look sort of "plow-ey" to me because at least some of the scratches get shallower towards the ends. Others scratches have variable width and depth which also suggests plow damage.
Arguing on the other hand: Some of the scratching events appear very localized, even when there were three or more scratches. Do we postulate a plow hitting the rock from the same directions multiple times?
I just really have no idea. It is the only rock pile (one of many), well below what I'd say were the definate clearing piles, where I noticed some marked stones...
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