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May 20, 2014 12:00 AM

Rancho Cordova’s Mike Madden recorded recovery of ancient skeleton in the Yucatán Peninsula

His years of diving and underwater camera work came into play when he was asked to serve as director of photography for an expedition to recover the ancient skeletal remains of a teenage girl from a submerged cave in Mexico.

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