lifebender
zooophagous:

malformalady:

Skulls crusted in salt from Lake Assal, Djibouti. he local vendors find skulls of antelope and camels and put them in the water for a few days and they come out glazed. The salt comes from Lac Assal (Salt Lake), the lowest point in Africa and, at 155 meters below sea level, the third lowest depression on earth. It is the second most salinated lake in the world, after Don Juan Pond in Antarctica.


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zooophagous:

malformalady:

Skulls crusted in salt from Lake Assal, Djibouti. he local vendors find skulls of antelope and camels and put them in the water for a few days and they come out glazed. The salt comes from Lac Assal (Salt Lake), the lowest point in Africa and, at 155 meters below sea level, the third lowest depression on earth. It is the second most salinated lake in the world, after Don Juan Pond in Antarctica.

Give them all to me

veebat
sixpenceee:

FRANKENSTEIN MUMMIES FOUND
An international team of archaeologists have discovered that two mummies found on an island off the coast of Scotland are, like Dr. Frankenstein’s monster, composed of body parts from several different humans. 
For example, scientists realized a female skeleton’s jaw didn’t fit with the rest of the skull, and after some DNA testing, they found that the bones had come from different people. In the case of a male skeleton, the parts were from people who lived hundreds of years apart. 
The reason for this is still unclear. 
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sixpenceee:

FRANKENSTEIN MUMMIES FOUND

An international team of archaeologists have discovered that two mummies found on an island off the coast of Scotland are, like Dr. Frankenstein’s monster, composed of body parts from several different humans.

For example, scientists realized a female skeleton’s jaw didn’t fit with the rest of the skull, and after some DNA testing, they found that the bones had come from different people. In the case of a male skeleton, the parts were from people who lived hundreds of years apart. 

The reason for this is still unclear. 

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