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2009-04-17 08:32:46
If no one feeds this creature it will probably slither away back into the darkness...
2009-04-17 07:47:59
OMG cunnie has posted such a great picture of a prehistoric bird and her friend potato provided such a great anecdotal perspective to the delight and knowledge of all pixdaus comunnity members, l'm surpried poopy hasn't come up with praise for her friend potato who by the way should not get so mad and type funny things when someone takes her username thank you.
2009-04-17 02:18:28
Thanks for the great info patito! I have been, fascinated, since I was young, with the stories of the Aztecs, Toltecs, Incas, Mayans and so on. There is so much mystery attached to them - so much we don't know.
2009-04-16 21:54:10
Cara Cara ( or Caracara ) are fairly common in the Southwestern US..also called the Mexican's believed by some to be the bird represented on the Mexican national flag...the Aztec's ancestors were dirt-poor nomadic hunter-gatherers who'd been told by a prophecy to wander until they came to a place where they would see an eagle sitting on a a cactus eating a snake. There, the prophecy said, they were to settle down and build a city. They saw what they were looking for in the middle of Lake Texcoco in the great central Valley of Mexico, and proceeded to build Tenochitlan. The Aztecs didn't call themselves Aztecs...they called themselves the Mechica, from which is derived the present day world for that country.
2009-04-16 12:58:06
Thanks - I think it's also CariCari in French.
2009-04-16 11:47:37
CariCari, its call in Southamerica...Very good pics, connie....