Museum's Plans to Exhibit Mummified Incan Children Upsets Indigenous Groups, Others in Argentina
Their facial features are clear, and their muscles are firm. The blood remains frozen in their veins, and the vivid clothes they wore the day they died remain intact.
The three Incan children -- believed to be victims of a mountaintop sacrifice about 500 years ago -- are among the best-preserved mummies ever found.
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