HISTORY: Historical excursus on the aquarium hobby, Part 4 – Pre-Columbian

By Natasha Khardina

The American civilizations, like Aztec, Maya and Inca, were continuations of the earlier civilizations with well-developed urban settlements and monumental architecture, with extensive road and irrigated agriculture systems, with organized long-distance trade to obtain exotic luxury items, including feathers, jaguar hides and teeth, shark teeth, stingray spines, shells and impressive animal, including fish, collections…

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