Donaciana Cupul cooks in her home, a traditional stucture, in the Mayan community of Hidalgo in Yucatan state, Mexico Friday, Dec. 14, 2012. Mexico's 800,000 Mayas are not the sinister, secretive, apocalypse-obsessed race they've been made out to be. In their heartland on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, Mayas continue their daily lives. Many still live simply in thatched, oval, mud-and-stick houses designed mostly for natural air-conditioning against the oppressive heat of the Yucatan, where they plant corn, harvest oranges and raise pigs. (AP Photo/Israel Leal)

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Donaciana Cupul cooks in her home, a traditional stucture, in the Mayan community of Hidalgo in Yucatan state, Mexico Friday, Dec. 14, 2012.  Mexico's 800,000 Mayas are not the sinister, secretive, apocalypse-obsessed race they've been made out to be.  In their heartland on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, Mayas continue their daily lives. Many still live simply in thatched, oval, mud-and-stick houses designed mostly for natural air-conditioning against the oppressive heat of the Yucatan, where they plant corn, harvest oranges and raise pigs. (AP Photo/Israel Leal)
Donaciana Cupul cooks in her home, a traditional stucture, in the Mayan community of Hidalgo in Yucatan state, Mexico Friday, Dec. 14, 2012. Mexico's 800,000 Mayas are not the sinister, secretive, apocalypse-obsessed race they've been made out to be. In their heartland on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, Mayas continue their daily lives. Many still live simply in thatched, oval, mud-and-stick houses designed mostly for natural air-conditioning against the oppressive heat of the Yucatan, where they plant corn, harvest oranges and raise pigs. (AP Photo/Israel Leal)
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