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Momias con características no humanas en Cusco

Momias con características no humanas en Cusco

The Detmold Child, a Peruvian child mummy radiocarbon-dated to 4504-4457 BC, about 3,000 years before the birth of King Tutankhamun

In pictures: Mummies of the World exhibition

The Detmold Child, a Peruvian child mummy radiocarbon-dated to 4504-4457 BC, about 3,000 years before the birth of King Tutankhamun

princesa Ukok.. hace 2,500 años

princesa Ukok.. hace 2,500 años

Baby well preserved. Sad, but real. As Professional Treasure Hunters, we always come across dead bodies.  If you are out and find them, DO NOT DISTURB them - just notify the authorities.  Mummies and those found preserved from the past can teach up a tremendous amount!  www.TreasureForce.com  @TFCommander @TreasureForceTV www.Treasureforce.Tumblr.com www.Keek.com/treasureforce www.facebook.com/treasure.force #treasureforce #commander #losttreasure  Come visit us!

Baby well preserved. Sad, but real. As Professional Treasure Hunters, we always come across dead bodies. If you are out and find them, DO NOT DISTURB them - just notify the authorities. Mummies and those found preserved from the past can teach up a tremendous amount! www.TreasureForce.com @TFCommander @TreasureForceTV www.Treasureforce.Tumblr.com www.Keek.com/treasureforce www.facebook.com/treasure.force #treasureforce #commander #losttreasure Come visit us!

Polish and Peruvian archaeologists have discovered a royal burial chamber with 60 mummies and some 1,200 gold, silver and ceramic objects from over 1,000 years ago in Peru.

Polish and Peruvian archaeologists have discovered a royal burial chamber with 60 mummies and some 1,200 gold, silver and ceramic objects from over 1,000 years ago in Peru.

Cleopatra's mummy by stephu143, via Flickr

Cleopatra's mummy by stephu143, via Flickr

Pictures of the Peruvian mummy found in Cusco, Peru that's believed to be "non-human."

Pictures of the Peruvian mummy found in Cusco, Peru that's believed to be "non-human."

Cementerio de Chauchilla - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Cementerio de Chauchilla - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Shown above is one of dozens of unrelated human-faced fish species belongs to the collections of Dr. Takeshi Yamada of the Coney Island University in New York City. This particular human-faced monster (9¼ inch) is originally captured in Yangtze River in China in 2007. Human-faced Fish (人面魚, Jinmengyo) by MUSEUM OF WORLD WONDERS (Part 3) Dr.Takeshi Yamada, via Flickr

Shown above is one of dozens of unrelated human-faced fish species belongs to the collections of Dr. Takeshi Yamada of the Coney Island University in New York City. This particular human-faced monster (9¼ inch) is originally captured in Yangtze River in China in 2007. Human-faced Fish (人面魚, Jinmengyo) by MUSEUM OF WORLD WONDERS (Part 3) Dr.Takeshi Yamada, via Flickr

The Grinning Skeletons of Peru's 1000-Year-Old Nazca Cemetery - aiding to the preservation of the skeletons is their preparation. They were embalmed in a layer of resin, dressed in embroidered cotton and buried in a vault made of mud bricks. The resin is believed to have helped keep insects at bay and limited the speed of bacterial decay. Image: Colegota

The Grinning Skeletons of Peru's 1000-Year-Old Nazca Cemetery - aiding to the preservation of the skeletons is their preparation. They were embalmed in a layer of resin, dressed in embroidered cotton and buried in a vault made of mud bricks. The resin is believed to have helped keep insects at bay and limited the speed of bacterial decay. Image: Colegota

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