This bronze pig's head is on display at Beijing's Poly Museum, February 27, 2009. The head is one of 12 animal heads that once adorned a water clock fountain in the Summer Palace, which lays in ruins. Two other heads were up for auction in Paris last week. (Tim Johnson/MCT)
This bronze pig's head is on display at Beijing's Poly Museum, February 27, 2009. The head is one of 12 animal heads that once adorned a water clock fountain in the Summer Palace, which lays in ruins. Two other heads were up for auction in Paris last week. (Tim Johnson/MCT) MCT
This bronze pig's head is on display at Beijing's Poly Museum, February 27, 2009. The head is one of 12 animal heads that once adorned a water clock fountain in the Summer Palace, which lays in ruins. Two other heads were up for auction in Paris last week. (Tim Johnson/MCT) MCT

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