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Carefully laid to rest

Credit: Guy Bar-Oz et. al, PLOS ONE
Scientists discovered the skeleton of a ritually interred donkey that had been buried more than 3,500 years ago. Its left hind leg may have been intentionally…Read More »





broken, possibly after rigor mortis, so as to fit it into the pit. The donkey's teeth suggest the animal was around 4 years old.    Less «
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