Sunday, February 10, 2019

Horse egg in National Museum Paro


Her Majesty the Queen Mother gifted one of national museum’s most precious objects the ‘horse egg’ in 1969. 

Made of an unknown substance, the egg is believed to have originated from a horse in Trashiyangtse.

According to National museum director Khenpo Phuntsok Tashi, this egg could have formed as a result of excess salt consumption by the horse, or it could be a fossil.

To see by yourself, please visit Paro Museum.

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