Trepanation may not have been limited to humans.
The 6,000-year-old remains are still rather mysterious.
But it’s hugely important all the same.
Sinuses could give forensic anthropologists a hand.
A sound idea
The most significant skull prosthetic to date
"Drink my brains, drink them all!" it maniacally cackles.
Forensic anthropologists get some digital help for their work.
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