ANCIENT DEER MASK (11,000-year-old hunting bone rituals discovered!)

One of the most significant archaeological discoveries in recent times was uncovered at Star Carr in the North of England, where many incredible Mesolithic artifacts have been preserved in a nearby peat bog. A strange ritualistic mask was found; it's made from deer bones and was used during hunting. This raises many fascinating questions about the rituals of our ancestors and their approach to daily life.

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