Mexicans turn ancestors’ craft into artworks

Brightly coloured folk art crafted in a remote Mexican town can sell for thousands of dollars.

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    Brightly coloured folk art crafted in a remote Mexican town can sell for thousands of dollars.

    Months can be spent creating the fantastical wooden creatures, called the Alebrijes.

    Al Jazeera's Latin America Editor Lucia Newman reports from Oaxaca.


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