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The Key Marco cat was discovered in 1896 by the famous Anthropologist, Frank Hamilton Cushing while excavating in a coastal shell midden and mound complex in South Florida. The cat is a striking work of ancient art, carved in wood and depicting possibly a panther in transformation to human. Numerous carved wooden objects and masks, many ornately painted, came from water-logged deposits at the Key Marco site. Today, this piece is curated, along with a number of other items from the Cushing expedition, at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. https://collections.nmnh.si.edu/search/anth/?ark=ark:/65665/3cd00aece69b64b1aa4c72b817b2fe56a
The Digital Heritage and Humanities Collections at the University of South Florida Library, in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution, used structured light scanning and high definition imaging to create this 3D representation. To view our SI 3D model tour: https://play.autodesk.com/pub/si-si-default-v5?cid=6085073