|Structural classification||Coarse Octahedrite|
|Composition||90.5% Fe; 8.1% Ni|
|Region||Toluca Valley, Jiquipilco, Mexico State|
|Fall date||>10,000 years ago|
|Found date||about 1776|
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The meteorites probably crashed towards the Earth more than 10,000 years earlier. For centuries, Mexican people living near the meteorites used them as a source of metal for various tools. They were seen by conquistadores about 1776.