It is really strange that there is blood in the veins of the corpse, more precisely, that there is still blood in the 2000-year-old corpse. Actually, the body has decompositions, but there is still blood in its veins. I don't understand how this is possible. Just one of the millions of mysteries. There must be a logical explanation, right?

Xin Zhui, also known as Lady Day, was the Marquis of Dai during the Western Han dynasty in ancient China. His tomb was found 2000 years after his death in a hill called Mawangdui in China, along with many valuable artifacts and documents. But what surprised everyone was how well preserved his body was thousands of years after his death. Lady Day was found with all her organs intact and her blood vessels intact, even a small amount of Type A blood in her veins, and her hair and eyelashes still intact.

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