EN_00945656_1117

EN_00945656_1117
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Miss Madeline Kneberg holds a normal skull while Dr. T. Dale Stewart displays a sqarehead. Anthropologists say early Native American in the Tennessee area because their mothers pushed the baby's head into a box-like cap compressing it on front, top and rear sides permitting the skull to grow sideways only. (AP Photo)
2010-12-12
ASSOCIATED PRESS/East News
Associated Press
2812945
2,66MB
24cm x 19cm by 300dpi
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