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The mummy was smiling at the wig and covered with 5,000-year-old black ash. This mummification technique lasted for more than 2 millennia in the Chinchorro community. By 2800 BC, the black ash layer was replaced with red, probably because of a change in the color symbol or because black manganese ore was harder to find. Stitch the reader face mask. This is a masked mummy face, proving that along with the harsh climate of the Atacama desert, the population explosion of the Chinchorro population 7,000 years ago boosted the mummification technique. Mummies for adults and children are separated by whale bones. These may be the mummies of a family. In the opinion of the Chinchorro people, mummification to express the everlasting presence of ancestors.
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