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           By Jayne Clark, USA TODAY

CANCUN, Mexico — Strange and wonderful doings are afoot in the offshore waters here, where hundreds of life-size human statues are poised like ghostly apparitions 27 feet beneath the surface. They’re the latest addition to a new underwater museum in the National Marine Park of Cancun that in November will host 400 sculptures in an installation called The Silent Evolution. They join several other tableaus — a man standing at a desk, a woman tending pots of coral, a taciturn gent with fire coral sprouting from his head — in the world’s largest museum of its kind…

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