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Where They Went

Using DNA, anthropologists hope to solve the puzzle of what happened to the people of an ancient city-state located in what is now Mexico. The city, Xaltocan, became part of an alliance that eventually grew and became the Aztec empire. But what happened to the Otomí people who lived there "is an anthropological cold case," Nature News says.

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