Fragments found in Brazil museum fire provide some hope


Loss of Brazil's national museum funding cuts and neglect at being blamed for Sunday night's devastating fire that tore through the two hundred year old museum hump to Latin America's largest collection of historical and scientific artifacts. Museum officials say as much as ninety percent of the archive may have been destroyed and the building was not insured firefighters on Tuesday found bone and skull fragments in the wreckage raising hopes that the museums iconic piece at twelve thousand year old skeleton known as Lucia may have survived the flames. The cause of the fire is still under

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