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An undated handout file photo shows “Otzi”, Italy’s prehistoric iceman

An undated handout file photo shows “Otzi”, Italy’s prehistoric iceman. “Otzi”, Italy’s prehistoric iceman, probably does not have any modern day descendants, according to a study published on October 30, 2008. A team of Italian and British scientists who sequenced his mitochondrial DNA — which is passed down through the mother’s line — found that Otzi belonged to a genetic lineage that is either extremely rare or has died out. Otzi’s 5,300-year-old corpse was found frozen in the Tyrolean Alps in 1991. REUTERS/Handout/Files. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.

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