ayapullito - trip peru

The Ayapullito is the name of a jungle bird that comes from the Quechua words for death (Aya) and little bird (Pullito).

In the jungle of Peru it is believed that the Ayapullito is a spy of the Yachay of the jungle towns. Who watch what happens on the faraway place, and also announce through them the arrival of misfortunes and sorrow.

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