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While the world develops, some remote communities from the Markham Valley in Papua New Guinea still have cannibalistic rites symbolized by this wooden serving spoon, while crocodiles play a central part in the art and culture of the Iatmul tribe there as shown by the carved wooden prow of a canoe.

Some of the oldest fossils in the world with 300 to 400 million year old Horseshoe Crabs, Ammonites, Orthoceras, Armored Fish, Eurypterus Sea Scorpions and more.

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