Plan view reconstruction of the animal (color) and human (grey) remains from Entierro 6, Moon Pyramid (center).
<p>(Human reconstruction drawn by G. Pereira, animals drawn by N. Sugiyama). A) Incomplete canid cranium, B) complete felid with a pathology on left forearm (fused radius and ulna), C) plan view drawing of entwined rattlesnake remains inside a basket (drawing by N. Sugiyama), D) eagle skeleton with pathology on left lower limb (tarsometatarsus).</p
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DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0135635.g001
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