Scientists baffled by 12,000-year-old preserved human brains
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Experts have long thought that the human brain is one of the first organs to rot and decompose after we die, but new research suggests that is not the case.
Organizing the brains based on where they were found also revealed that local environmental conditions can lead to even better preservation.
Read at Mail Online
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