Ancient Mayan Civilization Adapted to Climate Change

September 16, 2015 11:10 PM
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The ancient Maya of southern Mexico and Central America are often described as a "lost civilization." But instead of suddenly collapsing a thousand years ago as some archaeologists once thought, current research shows Mayan society underwent a transition based to some extent on environmental changes that the Maya themselves may have caused. VOA's Greg Flakus.