A 1,200 year old collection of human remains was discovered near Mexico City, but local Archeologists are having a difficult time explaining the finding. Reports indicate that the remains are of ritual sacrifices of male adults who were evidently selected and not randomly acquired.
Archeologists are baffled by a large collection of skulls, found in a rural area close to Mexico City. Around 180 remains of human sacrifice were discovered, dating back approximately 1200 years. Researchers say most of the sacrificial victims are males aged between 18 and 30, suggesting they were carefully selected and not chosen at random. The reasons behind the sacrifice remain a mystery
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