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Scientists recreate virtual copy of Mexican underwater cave

This undated photo released by Mexico's National Anthropology and History Institute (INAH), shows divers from the Great Mayan Aquifer project exploring the Sac Actun underwater cave system where Mayan and Pleistocene bones and cultural artifacts have been found submerged, near Tulum, Mexico. (Jan Arild Aaserud/Great Mayan Aquifer Project-INAH via AP)

 

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