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During the Pleistocene Era, 2 million to 11,000 years ago, robust populations of condors soared high over the continent like grim reapers, scavenging the carcasses of giant prehistoric mammals.
The overall shape, Mr. Frangulyan said, represents the grim reaper’s scythe, given that victims were mowed down indiscriminately, while the lack of recognizable faces or figures underscores the victims’ anonymity.
Blindspot Returns on a New Night, Friday, 8 p.m. After narrowly avoiding the grim reaper in season two, the twisty FBI mystery series returns on a new night and with new tattoos for the team to decipher.
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