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Evidence of long-ago civilisations remains at the archaeological sites of Chiclayo, Trujillo and in the ‘lost world’ of the Chachapoyas.
Hike the high trails of the Andes, see the mystifying Nazca lines, visit Arequipa, and see the condors fly over the Colca Canyon.
Early in the twentieth century, they were found on the right bank of the Río Marañón between the Nieve and Apaga rivers (5° S, 78° W). The name "Amuesha" is derived perhaps from aamo (capybara) and -esha' (classificatory). In the Tupí-Guaraní language, the word "Anambé" is applied to various species of birds. The Araweté are an Indian group in northern Brazil.
Olingos closely resemble the kinkajou in morphology and habits, though they lack prehensile tails and extrudable tongues, have more extended muzzles, and possess anal scent glands. An undescribed olingo, similar to but distinct from B.