The 3,000-year-old mummified remains of two stillborn baby girls found in King Tutankhamun's tomb will undergo DNA testing to dermine their relationship to Egypt's famous boy king and Queen Nefertiti. The babies' remains were discovered in Tut's tomb in 1922 but never publicly displayed, reports the BBC.
Some researchers believe the babies' mother was Nefertiti's daughter Ankhesenamun, Tut's half-sister, who is thought to have married Tut when he was 12. There's no evidence the couple had any surviving children. "For the first time we will be able to identify the family of King Tut," said the head of Egypt's Supreme Council for Antiquities. (Read more Tutankhamun stories.)