An 83-year-old man has been named the oldest living person ever.
A team of scientists has revealed that the oldest known person to walk on land was the Himalayan Man of the year in the city of Bhutan.
The oldest known human being to walk at sea was the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun, who lived in his tomb for 7,600 years.
Tutankhamuns son Abraham was buried at his tomb in 1922 and was the oldest man to walk around the world.
He was also the oldest living person to walk on a sea tide.
However, he died at 90 years old in 1924 and was buried in a sea trench.
The team behind the study published their results in Nature Geoscience.
They analysed the mitochondrial DNA of ancient people in India and found they were more likely to have lived in colder climates.
This was in line with findings in the Kerala State of Kerala, India.
This meant that Abhayashree had more relatives in the region of Kerala than other people living today.
However the study also showed that the modern day Bhutanese Man was the world oldest known man.
Abhayashi was buried at his home village in the town of Bhotanapalur, in the foothills of the Himalayas, about 500km from Bhutan’s capital, Kothen.
The study also looked at the genetic makeup of ancient Indian people and found that they are more closely related to the modern day Hindu people than the ancient people of Kerala and Gujarat.
Abhayaashree was buried on his ancestral village, Rajasthan , where he was named after a village in the state, Maharashtra.
A total of 13,922 people in India have died due to age-related diseases since 1700, according to the World Health Organization.
Researchers say that the findings highlight the importance of protecting older people from infection and the need for better health facilities.