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Enigmatic petroglyphs, once hidden deep within the Paraguayan jungle are a testament to the people of the Amambay hills. However, as the jungle is increasingly torn down and the trees set alight by slash and burn farmers, the rock-art is disappearing at an alarming rate.
To the local Pai Tavytera Indians the Amambay hills are sacred and the mysterious carvings found within the many caves and rock-shelters play an important role in their spiritual life.
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