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"Bear Skull From Nusa
Bear skull on a forked stick which would have been part of a nusa （ヌサ） or altar with offerings. Ainu, from Benkai’s Village, near Mori, Hokkaido, Japan."
The article does not say or even give an estimate of what they call a "large quantities" of mercury.
Culture: Hopi Pueblo, Native American
Medium: Wood, pigment, yarn, feathers
Place Made: Arizona, United States
Dates: 20th century
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