As they were climbing on the peaks of the Himalayas Mountains, two climbers of Norwegian and Swedish origin actually made their way into one of the secret caves on the side of the mountain after a series of avalanches began running amok all over the place.
After walking deeper and deeper into one such cave, they eventually ran into what appears to be the remains of a frozen caveman that dates back to the paleolithic era.
This caveman lives anywhere between 2.33 and 1.44 million years ago and as far as we know, he was a prominent figure in the Gelasian Pleistocene period has been one of the many Homo habilis that inhabited the planet at that time period.
Next to the body the two explorers actually uncovered a couple of fo spears too and what appeared to be several damaged leather objects.
The main reason why the body wasn’t that damaged despite being so ancient is the fact that inside of the cave the body actually got both the humidity and the coldness necessary to be kept in a cryostasis.
The body won’t be coming back anytime soon as the movies often portray such cases but instead, this discovery did allow us to uncover the truth behind the frozen humanoids that lived on our planet millions of years ago.