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Hot diggity... donkey?

Ancient house with revered animals buried under floor a modern-day mystery for University of Manitoba-led archeology excavation in Israel

The bones of a 4,500-year-old donkey found last summer by a University of Manitoba-led team at an excavation site in Tell-es Safi, Israel. (Supplied photos)</p>

The bones of a 4,500-year-old donkey found last summer by a University of Manitoba-led team at an excavation site in Tell-es Safi, Israel. (Supplied photos)

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