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ZUMPANGO, Mexico (Reuters) - Alongside construction crews racing to build the Mexican capital’s new airport, skulls and curving tusks of massive mammoths peek through the dirt as archaeologists dig up more and more bones belonging to the ice age’s most famous mammal. FILE PHOTO: A mammoth bone is pictured under a red tent at a site where archaeologists of Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) work to unearth the remains, which include the bones of more than 10,000-year-old mammoths from the construction site of Mexico's new international airport, in Zumpango, near Mexico City May 26, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Romero. The latest discoveries include two huge skulls, along ... Full story

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