Ötzi the Iceman Genes Trace to Early Anatolian Farmers, and He Had

Ötzi the Iceman Genes Trace to Early Anatolian Farmers, and He Had

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The world’s oldest Alpine celebrity, fodder for many different kinds of studies and analyses over the years since his discovery on the mountainous border between Austria and Italy in 1991.

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