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February 17, 2009
The mystery of the mastodon pipes.
13 years ago
Like these ancient peoples had never run across a mastodon fossil. Gimmee a break. (And that thing with the stripes is a tapir.)
I have not read the article yet but I am confidently predicting that this story is about ancient hairy elephants that smelled like patchouli and spent a lot of time snacking. Oh. Wait. I read the article. Turns out I am mistaken. Go figure!
Ah, the skirling of the Mastodon Pipes as the tusked troops march forth to war! /wipes tear from eye
The craft lives on: homemade
If it were the mid 19th century. And I were in Davenport, Iowa. And the harvest was in. And the ground wasn't yet frozen. And there was nothing to do for the next four months but stay alive. I would definitely fuck with archeologists. See also: the
Hmmmm, makes you wonder about that frogs when the weed's the first think HE thinks of.
How's the tadpole comin', froggy?
Cache of Ice Age fossils found in Los Angeles
As a kid I once visited a
like this one in Wisconsin. Mastodon pipes could be carved and seem authentic from that source. What about some nice monkey pipes?
How Tiny Rodents Take the Place of Mastodons in an Ancient Ecosystem