Gotta say, this is a little weird.
Some have theorized that the statue is moving because of the vibrations of visitors' feet, which would explain why the rotation only happens during the day.
If the glass that the statue is resting on vibrates slightly, "the vibrating glass moves the statue in the same direction," Paul Doherty, senior scientist at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, told LiveScience.
But that doesn't explain why the statue only began moving recently - or why it stops turning at 180 degrees, so that its back is facing the museum's visitors.
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There's an inscription on the statue's back that asks for sacrificial offerings "consisting of bread, beer, oxen and fowl." No word on whether the museum has tried any of those.
Where is Scooby Doo when you need him?