The Bizarre Baigong Pipes Artifacts

8/11/2010 10:48:00 AM ·

The Baigong Pipes are a series of pipe-like features found on and near Mount Baigong, southwest of the city of Delingha, in the Haixi Mongol and Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. Their origin is disputed. Although they may be natural, the pipes are cited by various web sites as an example of an out-of-place artifact. The Baigong Pipes are reported to be associated with a pyramid about 160 to 200 feet high built on Mount Baigong.

The pipes were first discovered by a group of scientists from the United States who were seeking dinosaur fossils. They reported the Baigong pipes to local authorities in Delingha. However, the pipes were ignored until 2002. The local government now promotes the pipe-like features as a tourist attraction, with road signs and tourist guides.

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