Bones Found in Desert Belong to Skeleton

MOJAVE, CA  ( — Several bones and bone fragments discovered in the desert have been identified as belonging to a skeleton, according to Blythe Arrobow, a professor of anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley.

“We’re not sure what type of bones these are,” explained Arrobow, “but they’re definitely from a skeleton.”

The bones, hard and white, and of varying shapes and sizes, were discovered by some backpackers who were out for a day hike.

Upon examining the bones, Arrobow was able to reveal more information.  “We may never know how these bones got here or what happened to the rest of the skeleton,” he admitted, ”but I can state with a hundred percent certainty: somewhere out there is a skeleton missing some bones.”