Chile’s Rock Art Llamas Divulge Secrets of Ancient Desert Culture

Open air rock paintings in the world’s driest desert pay testament to the importance of the llama to millennia-old cultures that traversed the inhospitable terrain.

Conservationists working in Chile’s Atacama Desert want UNESCO to recognize the Taira Valley drawings as a heritage site so they can develop sustainable tourism in the region. Continue reading Chile’s Rock Art Llamas Divulge Secrets of Ancient Desert Culture