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Here and there around the world, trea­sure hunters would some­times find hu­manoid skele­tons made en­tire­ly of gold. For a long time they were be­lieved to be finest prod­ucts of some crazy an­cient gold­smith, and on­ly re­cent­ly, deep in the jun­gle was dis­cov­ered a whole tribe of peo­ple whose bones were in­deed made of gold - the mayans!

The mayans are com­plete­ly aware of their pre­cious­ness and wor­ship their bod­ies by heat­ing up and bend­ing them in var­i­ous so­phis­ti­cat­ed and beau­ti­ful ways. Un­like com­mon gold, their bones do not break from bend­ing and can be de­formed an un­lim­it­ed num­ber of times.

Be­cause of their un­break­a­bil­i­ty, the mayans are great war­riors and keen pro­tec­tors of their trea­sures. The most beau­ti­ful of them usu­al­ly play the role of liv­ing dec­o­ra­tions in their tem­ples.

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