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8 /10 Handing Over Her Remains

The mummy had undergone severe damage and deterioration when she was handed over to experts, unlike other mummies such as the Tollund Man, who had been handed over as soon as it was found.

“Yde Girl” was not handed over for investigation until two weeks had passed.





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7 /10 Damaging Her Remains

The mummy was well-preserved when the body was initially found, with her long, reddish-brown hair preserved.

However, her body was not initially turned over to authorities, and instead, the villagers ended up pulling out a large amount of her hair and teeth for an unknown reason.

Due to this mishandling, the body ended up going through severe deterioration.





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