Australian aborigines examine the nest of a megapode
3116207 Australian aborigines examine the nest of a megapode.; Private Collection; (add.info.: aka incubator bird or mound-builder, so named because they do not incubate their eggs with their body heat as other birds do, but bury them. From Los Precursores del Arte y de la Industria, published 1886.); Photo A© Ken Welsh; out of copyright.
© Private Collection / Photo Ken Welsh / Bridgeman Images
Saul's Mound, 72 feet high, one of the Pinson Mounds, the largest Middle Woodland (c.1-500 A.D.) mound group in the U.S., Tennessee.
© N.Carter/North Wind Picture Archives
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