Skeleton found in a cave in Thailand who died while fighting a snake
In 2018, another new image was added to the Internet archive of images of mammoth skeletons, which reportedly showed the discovery of the remains of a mammoth in a cave in Krabi, Thailand, which appeared to have died. the latter was wrapped around a large snake.Most images of this nature are either digital manipulations, and it proved to be the latter case in this case. This photo stems from a 2018 art installation displayed as part of the Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Art in a Cave in Thailand.
Two large-scale installations by Taiwanese creators featuring the skeleton of a giant and a snake and a long-tailed boat are key attractions at the inaugural Biennale in Thailand’s Kabra Mae, according to the Ministry of Culture.
The MOC also noted that Thai organizers chose “Giant Ruins” by To Wei-Cheng and artist collective Luxurylogico’s “Voyage in Time” to remain on permanent display after the closure of next year’s event, making it the first of its kind in the two countries. shows good relations between.
The MOC also said that Tu’s establishment was granted special permission to display a replica of the archaeological excavations in the Khao Khanab caves, with a giant snake carved out of the bones and dirt. The artist was inspired by the Krabi folktale of two enemies fighting for a princess. Here is a picture of Taiwanese artist Tu Wei-cheng with his work.
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