This whisting bottle is a fine example of the kind of craftsmanship pre-Columbian cultures were able to produce. This double chambered vessel produced musical sounds when someone blew into it. This object is thought to have been produced in Peru between 100 and 300 A.D.
The question is; isn’t that a Taxodon very realistically depicted on the top of the box about to be sacrificed by two snazzily dressed priests? Weren’t they supposed to be extinct thousands or perhaps millions of years before this piece was created. Or is it really the rare fat, short legged, short necked llamas?