Key Marco Cat
Made centuries ago by Native Americans, the Key Marco cat is a carved wooden figure thought to represent a part-feline and part-human in a seated position. Smithsonian archaeologist Frank Hamilton Cushing recovered the figure in 1896 during excavations on Key Marco (Marco Island) in southwest Florida.
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