Location: Currently in Lake Stevens, WA. Home in Spokane
posted 8 years ago
Migrating grazers will follow the food. The wild herds were much larger than the domesticated herds. If that region was part of the annual migration pattern, the Incas would have noticed the greater fertility of the region. The herds may also have migrated there due to hunting pressures elsewhere.
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