Museo de Historia y Arqueologia: the legacy of Francisco Fonck

Legendary archeologist Francisco Fonck opened this museum of his collection. This man did a lot of important work in his lifetime and the pieces speak for themselves. Those are absolutely real skulls and real shrunken heads. As always, we kept an eye toward the most interesting things we could find. His insect collection was stunning.

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4 thoughts on “Museo de Historia y Arqueologia: the legacy of Francisco Fonck

  1. Finally! There’s Ken.
    But…. who put that stick under his head?
    Oh wait, no, that’s him with Jonathan Livingston the —hey! Is that bird not alive?

    • The mariachi thing was hilarious. That bird is an albatross, which I learned is just a giant seagull. Thing was the size of a German Sheppard! Shockingly large bird.

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