The Llamas of Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is one of the world’s best known archeological sites, but it’s also home to a photogenic herd of llamas! Nestled up high in the Peruvian Andes and hidden from the outside world for hundreds of years, Machu Picchu is now a must-see location for all who visit Peru, which often results in dozens of llama portraits shared from the location.
Llamas were domesticated and used as pack animals by Andean inhabitants for centuries, and a recent study indicates that this famous Incan city may have come to exist as a result of the massive amounts of organic llama-generated fertilizer.
I found this caterpillar for a peer’s insect collection. Knowing that he would ultimately meet his death, we decided to throw him a birthday party.
Day 18: Hey look, here are some antlers we made. Even went to sleep in them!
he looks so PLEASED aaaaaaaAAH joyce
Bottom Feeder Teapot Two.
Bottom Feeder Teacup and Saucer.
Bottom Feeder Dinner Set.
Big Bottom Feeder Pitcher.