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14 MAMMOTH SKELETONS UNEARTHED IN MEXICO

ANM News Desk: At least 14 skeletons of woolly mammoths have been discovered in Mexico in pits apparently built by human hunters to trap and kill the huge animals some 15,000 years ago.

The skeletons were found in Tultepec, about 25 miles north of Mexico City, in clay that had once been at the bottom of Lake Xaltocan.

Archaeologists stated that the discovery offers a more complex and complete concept of how mammoth hunts were carried out.

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