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In 1940, archaeologists Sydney and Georgia Wheeler found a mummy at “Cave Ma”, a cave 15 miles east of Fallon, Nevada. When entering the cave, they discovered the remains of the two people were wrapped in tulle. Butterfly august girl they whispered to her you cannot withstand the storm face mask. One skeleton was buried deeper than the other, the head and right shoulder were still intact. With the help of the locals, Sydney and Georgia Wheeler dug 67 artifacts in the cave. These antiquities are examined at the Nevada State Museum, and it is estimated that they are 1,500-2,000 years old. 54 years later, in 1994, University of California anthropologist R. Erv Taylor re-identified 17 artifacts in ‘Hang Ma’ using mass spectrometry. The result was surprising that the mummy had a life expectancy of about 9,400 years. Further research shows that the oldest mummy in North America has features of the Aino, a white human race living in the North-Japan Sea. Up to now, the connection has not been explained.