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Back in 2001, diver Octavio del Rio found the remains of a woman in a flooded cave in Quintana Roo, Mexico. Her bones dated back 13,600 years, making her remains the most ancient ever discovered in the Americas. Now, after so many years since her discovery, Brazilian designer Cicero Moraes is using 3D technology to finally put a face to "Eve." From using her original skull, Cicero was able to construct her face to what it might have looked like thousands of years ago.

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