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Chile’s rock art llamas divulge secrets of ancient desert culture

/ 05:22 PM August 06, 2018

Chilean archaeologist Jose Berenguer shows drawings at the Taira Cave, located at a height of 3,150 meters about 75 km north of Calama, Chile, on July 21, 2018. Image: AFP/Martin Bernetti


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