8 Feet 11 Inch Giant Discovered in Mexico Cave in 1908

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Key Details:

  • Miner Charles C. Clapp discovers 200 skeletons in Mexican cave.
  • All 200 skeletons measure 8 feet long or longer.
  • One skeleton measures 8 feet 11 inches long.
  • The head measures 18 inches from front to back.
  • The molars are big enough to crack a coconut.
  • Clapp reported his findings to a Professor Agassiz.
  • Discovery was published in the New York Times May, 4th, 1908
  • NYT reporter believes the bones to be from an ancient race that antedated the Aztecs.

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