All over the world the climate is changing and glaciers are melting out incredible discoveries. In Canada’s Yukon, finds have included weapons, bones and the preserved body of a man, centuries old, complete with his clothing, his personal possessions and even the contents of his last meal in his stomach. He was named Kwäday Dän Ts'ìnchi: Long Ago Man Found. The discovery made worldwide news as the First Nations took custody of the remains. “You now have a body,” says Diane Strand of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nation. “You now have a human being, you now have a relative.” And in Norway, hunting weapons and clothing dating back thousands of years are evidence of industrial-level reindeer hunts to feed the Viking voyagers.