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The team suspects the kings of Mustang abandoned the Bön sacred texts in the caves as a respectful alternative to destroying them.
Mark Turin, of the Digital Himalaya Project at the University of Cambridge in the U. But it's also possible the finds tie in with the Tibetan tradition of deliberately hiding religious texts, said Turin, who wasn't involved in the National Geographic Society-funded expedition.
Besides looters, Coburn said, the 6,000-year-old caves face threats from souvenir collectors, erosion, earthquakes, and infrequent but torrential rains.