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Cannibals

The debate over whether the Anasazi ancestors of today's Pueblo people were cannibals has gone on for forty years. John Nielsen reports that new evidence from a long hidden Anasazi Site called Cowboy Wash near Sleeping Ute Mountain in Colorado has added new spice to the debate. The research is published in this week's edition of the science journal Nature.

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