Early tribes such as the Balinese indigenous people and the Native Americans believed that nothing should go to waste. So when they hunt for food, every part of the animal is used in something meaningful; may it be for food, shelter, clothing, or sacred relics, everything is used up. Since these animals provide so much for their daily living, they are highly respected and treated as sources of life.The cow skull is made into a tribute for the well-appreciated animal who had played its significant role. It is hung on their walls and brought to sacred ceremonies to pay homage to what was. It is also etched in stylish carvings so as to bring a new kind of beauty to the former emblem of death. As it’s turned into an artful reminder and a sacred insignia, what they only see is how the cow has given them the fruits of life instead of the former meaning associated with skulls.
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