The face is unrecognizable, but although he took a picture of it and tried to garner as much attention to his discovery as he could not a lot of experts jumped on the opportunity until Hank Gus himself came along.
Hank Gus of the Tseshaht First Nation decided to come along in 2015 to inspect the strange discovery himself. After looking into it he reported that it is artificially carved by an unknown civilization and that it is around 2 meters tall, 12 meters above the ground level, and 7 meters from the top down.
Sadly though, even he wasn’t able to properly inspect it as the river is very treacherous and the cliff is too difficult to climb on, to begin with.
Many believe that the ancient Tseshaht civilization was the one to carve it in the first place, including Matthew Payne, the Parks Canada First Nation’s Program мคหager.
Some skeptics believe that this is nothing more than another case of the popular pareidolia effect, aka the psychological condition which makes the huмคห brain spot faces in clouds, rocks, etc.