Laurens County, South Carolina
I also interpret a feline face image (likely North American lion being depicted) in the lower left of the sculpture here, looking at us straight on. On this one side of the sculpture, we have 4 creatures so we consider this a polymorphic sculpture.
Here is a paper by E. Malotki and H. Wallace which includes a mammoth and bison rock art combination in Utah.
Don Hitchcock writes "Whether one subscribes to the orthodox ‘Clovis first’ paradigm (i.e. that the earliest entrants into the New World arrived from Siberia and became the Clovis culture about 13 500 years ago), or to the now generally accepted notion that there were multiple waves of immigrants prior to Clovis, it is surprising that pictorial evidence for the co-existence of pre-Clovis people and Ice Age megamammals has not to date come to light. As is well known, the presumed ancestors of the immigrants to the Americas from the Old World had a rich tradition of image making, including rock art."
The evidence is now coming to light but it is not the pictoral rock art expected by archaeologists. It is in subtle figurative portable rock art objects such as this amazing find by Buzzy Boles.