Behold, The Silliest Secret Of Egypt's Pyramids

The year is 1920, and an archaeologist is on an expedition in Egypt with his trusty camel. But it's his steed who discovers the strangest secrets lurking out in the desert—thanks to a mystical remote control.


Les Pyramides d'Égypte was made by Corentin Charron, Lise Corriol, Olivier Lafay, and Nicolas Mrikhi, and is part of the permanent collection at Musée des civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée in Marseille.

[via Kuriositas]

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That was adorable and really well done... but, really, who just drops the remote and leaves it behind?