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LIFE MEXICO BONES
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November 02, 2006 
Mayan Indian Angel Barrancos buries "pibipollos" or special offerings of food to the dead with leaves,... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Mayan Indian buries a special offerings of food to the dead with leaves in Pomuch 
Mayan Indian Angel Barrancos buries "pibipollos" or special offerings of food to the dead with leaves, before leaving them to cook on hot stones and coal in a hole in the ground, in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, November 1, 2006. Local Maya Indian families prepare large tamale-like sandwiches, stuffed with meat and cooked in a hole in the earth, which symbolize the burial of a human body during an intimate annual "Day of the Dead" ritual. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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