Frozen Inca Mummy Goes On Display

Frozen Inca Mummy Goes On Display
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Argentina's Llullaillaco volcano, where the frozen bodies of three mummified Inca children were found in 1999, towers to some 22,100 feet (6,700 meters).

The excavation of the mummies at the mountain's peak was the world's highest archaeological dig, according to anthropologist Johan Reinhard.

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