to connectVideo500-year-old frozen bodies of ” North America’s best preserved mummies.’
Is frozen for 500 years, is a family of Inuit hunters, ” North America’s best preserved mummies.’
A family of Inuit hunters and are believed to be frozen for more than 500 years of the “North America’s best-preserved mummies,” according to news reports.
The Sun reports that the experts are of the opinion that the family of eight, believed to have died in Greenland in around 1475, with a 6-month-old baby and other children and six adult women.
The eery pictures show it is a body with skin, nails and hair are still intact centuries later. Experts say that the bodies were probably mummified, and because of the climate in the area, and The Sun added to it.
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You’re child is preserved through natural mummification. (Credit: Werner Forman Archive/Shutterstock)
Tattoos can also be seen in the mummies’ forehead, and chin.
Shockingly, the young child seems to have been buried alive in the traditions and culture of the Inuit people of these states, if a mother has died and her child was to be buried next to her.
The graves, which were discovered in Qilakitsoq, an Inuit settlement in Greenland was in 1972, and is included with the skins of beasts are placed between the bodies, which were stacked on top of each other.
You’re child is preserved through natural mummification. The group was made up of six women and two children are all buried together in same grave. (Credit: Werner Forman Archive/Shutterstock)
Four of the bodies will be on display at the Greenland National Museum in Nuuk, according to The Sun.
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