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Mummy Conservation Learns Lessons From 400-Year-Old Chamois Remains

News   Sep 04, 2020 | Original story from Eurac Research

 
Mummy Conservation Learns Lessons From 400-Year-Old Chamois Remains

An intact animal mummy is a perfect simulant for research - especially if its conditions are similar to those of the world's other ice mummies, of which ?tzi and the Inca girl Juanita are among the most famous. Credit: Esercito Italiano - Comando Truppe Alpine.

 
 
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