Sao Paulo Brazil: Dr. "Indiana" Jones while searching in the Brazilian Jungle, along the Amazon River, for an ancient pre-Columbian city of gold has found the remains of a large woman. This find may produce the first tangible evidence that the legends of Amazon women are actually true.
The skeletal bones were flown to a university in Sao Paulo for examination and computer graphic reconstruction of the woman's features. Initially the computer representations showed a rather slender woman of about eight feet tall with a large head. The consulting professors felt that there was something amiss with the computer generated reconstruction.
A medical doctor and a dentist were brought in to examine the bones and the computer images. The doctor noted that the pelvis and the partial skull had somehow been interchanged. The dentist concurred, but noted protrusions on the forward part of the pelvis (pubic area) which looked like teeth.
A new computer generated image verified the medical findings, providing an evolutionary clue as to why Amazon women were so aggressive and ultimately became extinct.