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A mummy that was found in a tomb in Southern Peru isn’t human, a scientist has claimed. Right. The mummy, named Maria, was found near the Nazca Lines and dates back to the 5 th century AD. She was one of six mummies found in the tomb, including a nine-month old child called Vavita. Professor Konstantin Korotkov, from the Russian National Research University, told Sputnik News :. Each of the mummies has two arms, two legs, a head, a pair of eyes and a mouth. The tissue has biological nature and their chemical composition indicated that they are humans. Their DNA features 23 pairs of chromosomes, just like we have. All the four of them are males, each with a Y-chromosome. They appear human b... Full story

13 March