Should an Indian be wishing for a baby, he seeks a hollow spoon-shaped stone and into
this he places a small pebble; the pebble represents the baby, the larger and hollow stone, the
THE LLAMA IS THE PACK ANIMAL OF THE ANDES
Once a year, during the dry season, the Bolivian and
Peruvian mountain Indian drives his herd down to the
distant villages and towns, where he trades his pottery
and beautifully-woven goods for necessaries of life, which
are unobtainable in his inhospitable native regions.