Some people still do not perceive themselves as a community of people.
The most ancient inhabitants of Lake Titicaca, Uru Indians living in its vicinity even in the 8 millennium BC. Oe., for whatever reasons, have left the land and moved to man-made reed islands that float on the surface of the lake. Until now, their descendants still live on floating islands, steadfastly enduring frequent storms and eating mainly fish, and do not intend to return to the fertile coast. French anthropologist Jean-Velar, for a long time studying this strange tribe, tells a story about their Aboriginal origin:
We are – otherwise, we are inhabitants of the lake, we cat-sun, we are not human. We have to live here even before the sun began to illuminate the ground … even at a time when the land was plunged into gloom, and when it was covered only the