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Ancient Origins has featured several articles about defleshing practices among ancient and prehistoric peoples, some from as long ago as 7,500 years.In all these stories, researchers said the evidence did not point to cannibalism but rather preparing the body for death in a ritual way.This latest find is different in that just one individual was found, the young man.“Among 10 shaft tombs, most of the chambers were communal in nature, as they housed multiple individuals, while Samdzong cave 7 had a single interment,” Aldenderfer explained to The Himalayan Times.An article on Archaeology News Network says scientists have found cut marks, or possible signs of defleshing, on 461 of 2,228 human bones found in the caves of Samdzong and Mebruk.

Moreover, they tested the man’s DNA to determine his genetic sex.

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