EFEPuebla, Mexico

The mummified body found in June 2015 on Pico de Orizaba, Mexico's highest mountain, is currently on display in a museum in the central city of Ciudad Serdan.

The identity of the mummy is not known, but the man was approximately 50 and may have died and been mummified more than 15 years ago, according to forensic testing performed over the past year.

The man was short and thin and forensic scientists determined that he bled to death after breaking a bone. The low temperatures on the side of the volcano rising more than 5,600 meters (some 18,350 feet) favored his mummification.

"This mummy is intact. It has hair, fingernails and teeth," Ciudad Serdan Mayor Juan Navarro told EFE at the recently opened La Magnolia Culture Center in town.

The mystery surrounding the find is that the man was wearing a black cashmere suit with a sky-blue shirt, had no other equipment or items with him and was found face down in a very contorted posture.

Navarro said in a telephone interview that there is much speculation over how he came to be on the mountainside - including that he simply may have been a vagabond, or a person who fell out of an airplane or a would-be mountain climber with no experience.

Although many telephone calls were received from Mexico and other countries after the body was found by a group of climbers, but, despite being examined by experts from Guanajuato and law enforcement personnel, the man has not been able to be identified - and, of course, the body has not been claimed.

The body now belongs to the Ciudad Serdan city authorities and is being exhibited for educational, scientific and touristic purposes in a temperature-controlled glass case in the museum.

Besides the mummy, the museum has on display assorted mammoth bones found in the area and other historic items such as documents pertaining to the birth of former Mexican President Gustavo Diaz Ordaz.

In March 2015, the bodies of three mountaineers who had died in a avalanche in 1959 were found on the northern face of Pico de Orizaba.