Iceman NPR's David Baron reports on a discovery in British Columbia that archaeologists compare to the 5000-year-old iceman found beside a European glacier 8 years ago. The human remains discovered in a Canadian glacier, along with leather clothing and wooden tools, is believed to date back before the arrival of Europeans and perhaps to the end of the ice age. The local Indian tribes have dubbed the ancient human, "Long-ago-person-found."
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NPR's David Baron reports on a discovery in British Columbia that archaeologists compare to the 5000-year-old iceman found beside a European glacier 8 years ago. The human remains discovered in a Canadian glacier, along with leather clothing and wooden tools, is believed to date back before the arrival of Europeans and perhaps to the end of the ice age. The local Indian tribes have dubbed the ancient human, "Long-ago-person-found."