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The DNA sequence of Ötzi's H. pylori revealed that it was almost purely Asia in origin despite his never having left Southern
Seeking skeletons, mummies and other human remains -- seeing dead people for fun -- is a pursuit I've dubbed "cadravel," from "cadaver" plus "travel."
Italian researches were shocked to find another tattoo on the ancient iceman Ötzi, bringing his total number of tats to 61.
The analysis revealed the new tattoo hidden in deeper layers of Ötzi's dark-colored skin. For the new research, Zink and
Past research has revealed that Ötzi likely suffered from joint pain, Lyme disease and tooth decay, and computed tomography
The team found that about 19 men shared a genetic lineage, called G-L91, with Ötzi. It's possible that at least one of these
After more than 5,000 lonely years, it looks like Otzi the Iceman finally has family. Read more on www.weather.com
"The loss of the periodontium has always been a very common disease, as the discovery of Stone Age skulls and the examination
Before you freeze to death in the Tyrolean mountains, consider this: 5000 years from now, if and when you are found, scientists will be able to tell the most personal details about you, even more than we know about Ötzi.
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PHOTOS BELOW. The discovery of the traces of Borrelia within the sample taken from the Iceman still needs to be confirmed