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Ancient Shark Fishermen Found Buried with Extra Limbs

  • Mon, 16 Apr 2018 17:37
Archaeologists are stumped why these 1,900-year-old Peruvians were buried with bonus body parts—in one case, with two extra left legs. National Geographic News


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