The Life of Otzi the Iceman

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Scientists using forensic techniques on a 5,200-year-old corpse uncover a treasure trove of information about life in the European Paleolithic Age. The corpse, known "Otzi," was discovered in the Italian Alps in 1991. NPR's Christopher Joyce reports.

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