Centuries after the indigenous tribes of Mexico built their giant pyramids in Teotihuacan, discoveries are still being made.
Archaeologists are digging deep under the ancient settlement, but with only 16% excavated, it's thought many more treasures are yet to be found.
Rajan Datar picks up his trowel and brush, to find out more.
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