Kalabsha Temple

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Kalabsha Temple initially worked at Kalabsha (Talmis) was moved to its present area at New Kalabsha (Chellal) in 1970, together with different landmarks from Nubia, including the Kiosk of Qertassi (Kertassi). Additionally adjacent is Beit al-Wali. Reachable by taxi or by vessel, contingent upon the water level, the sandstone structure was worked by the Roman Emperor Octavius Augustus (30 to 14 BC) and devoted to the richness and Nubian Solar divinity known as Mandulis. Continue reading “Kalabsha Temple”

Gruesome Creatures Who Eat Corpse

Corpse-Eating Gators

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In May 2016, Florida police found a couple of crocs eating up a carcass on the edge of the Everglades. Angler cautioned specialists to the shocking find in waterway west of US 27 in Broward County. The remaining parts “seemed to have been in the trench for quite a while,” and specialists were at first not able to decide sex. Continue reading “Gruesome Creatures Who Eat Corpse”