Hundreds of skeletons fill the remote Himalayan Lake. How did they get there?

Hundreds of skeletons fill the remote Himalayan Lake.  How did they get there?

High in the Himalayas, on a four- to five-day trek from the nearest village, lies a modest glacial lake called Robkund. The spot is beautiful, and it’s a piece of jewel-colored water amid rough pebbles and pebbles, but it’s not out of the ordinary for a rugged landscape – except for the hundreds of human bones dotted in and around the lake.

These bones, which belong to between 300 and 800 people, have been a mystery since jungle rangers first reported them to the wider world in 1942. But the mystery has deepened in recent times. In 2019, a new genetic analysis of the old one was performed DNA In bone, in detail in the journal Nature Communications, Found that at least 14 people who died in the lake may not have been from South Asia. Instead, their genes match those of modern-day Eastern Mediterranean residents.

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