Mar. 8 - Archaeologists uncover human remains dating back about 3, 000 years in Peru. Paul Chapman reports.
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They're human remains but these found in Peru are particularly special.
The archaeologists who unearthed them say they date back about 3, 000 years.
The remains of the two adults, an adolescent and a child were found with artefacts like tools, ceramic fragments and necklaces.
The archaeologist say the find is particularly significant because they're the first human remains from the pre-Incan Marcavalle culture.
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