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Valley of the Pitchers in Laos (15 pics)

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№1 Author: DocMcCoy (3 May 2011 02:28) Total user comments: 6039


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I have to look this one up.
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№2 Author: 2fuzzy (3 May 2011 05:24) Total user comments: 10400


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So did I, found some information on them:

http://picturebugs.blogspot.co
m/2011/04/central-laos-valley-
of-pitchers.html
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№3 Author: capt.huffnpuff (3 May 2011 08:19) Total user comments: 2803


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2fuzzy, your link helped a lot, but scientists still don't know what they were used for. I guess they fit into the category of Stonehenge and the statues of Easter Island, maybe this, maybe that. All we really know is that land mines are the "gift that keeps on giving".
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№4 Author: thesoulshaker (3 May 2011 12:12) Total user comments: 1384


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2fuzzy, good info^ 04
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№5 Author: raymond.wendt (3 May 2011 15:23) Total user comments: 9115


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Wow, they are old! Hard to imagine what they were used for. I've got a few ideas... Perhaps they were used to cure bacon.
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№6 Author: MrMaj81 (3 May 2011 15:41) Total user comments: 764


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№7 Author: Pilgrim (3 May 2011 17:06) Total user comments: 2288


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Wow, thats awesome!
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№8 Author: mahedi (3 May 2011 19:01) Total user comments: 10772


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Great
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