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You Wouldn't Want to be an Egyptian Mummy!(2)

 This humorous site provides students with "Disgusting things you'd rather not know," about mummies. Although this is a cartoon book, students can find great information on the "Ins and outs," of what makes a mummy a true mummy from organ
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 This humorous site provides students with "Disgusting things you'd rather not know," about mummies. Although this is a cartoon book, students can find great information on the "Ins and outs," of what makes a mummy a true mummy from organ removal to hiring professional mourners. Check the links on the right to other "You Wouldn't Want to be ..." web books.

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