Researchers find walrus bones among remains of London epidemic casualties

07/25/2013 |

Archaeologists studying the remains of human bodies buried in London more than 150 years ago during a wave of epidemics have found walrus bones. "It came as something of a shock," said archaeologist Phil Emery. Due to marks on the bones, researchers suspect that medical students had dissected the creature.

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