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A team of Austrian researchers have made a discovery that would put those genealogy websites to shame: they have located several living descendants of a 5,300-year-old human mummy.
Craig Woolheater is preparing an exciting SquatchIt presentation to unveil SquatchIt at the Minnesota Iceman exhibit opening at the Museum of the Weird in Austin Texas. Austin,
Research of wounds on a 5,300-year-old body found frozen in the Italian Alps in 1991 has produced the oldest red blood cells ever identified, and suggests the well preserved “Iceman” did not immediately die from his injuries, nor did he live for a few days.
Scientists have sequenced the full genome of “Oetzi the Iceman", a 5,300-year-old body discovered frozen in the Eastern Alps in 1991, and determined he had brown eyes, was lactose intolerant, had blood type “O” and was predisposed to cardiovascular disease.
New Research May Answer Questions Surrounding Ötzi the Iceman His home base, journey trail and cause of death are revealed for the first time. Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 9, 2010 The Logistics News Network has learned that a book has been released purporting to answer many of the secrets surrounding the ancient iceman known as Ötzi , who was unearthed in the Italian Alps in 1991.
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A new examination of Italy's mummified Iceman indicates the Stone Age man was attacked twice before he died, Italian and German researchers said. The joint study indicated the Iceman, also known as Oetzi, was wounded in the hand ''a few days before'' he was hunted down and killed in the mountains between
What we eat can say a lot about us â€“ where we live, how we live and eventually even when we lived.
- a meat pie that is usually eaten at Christmas in Quebec