It seems as if which card is not only prominent in Africa but in the whole world as a whole. Amazingly a lot of animal artefacts and animal remains were first in Columbia by the police after being found that they had been obtained illegally.
Among the things that were found where monkey hands tied to a long string of red beads, a mysterious looking pair of horns, the hand of a baboon wrapped in black beads and seashells, the tail of a rattlesnake, dried and preserved seahorses.
The police in Columbia believe that these artefacts were being used for witchcraft, and the items were then sized. Witchcraft is a practice that has been used for centuries by Fall Out but has mostly been linked to Africa which is why it is shocking that is animal remains were seized in Colombia. The government believes that these items were used as offering in the practice of Witchcraft.
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