Unraveled: Why Chile’s Chinchorro Mummies Are Turning into Black Ooze – NBCNews.com


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Unraveled: Why Chile's Chinchorro Mummies Are Turning into Black Ooze
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The famous Chinchorro mummies, which have remained preserved in Chile for more than 7,000 years, are now under threat from increased levels of moisture. Humid air is allowing bacteria to grow, causing the mummies' skin "to go black and become …
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