The Incas used a secret language to exchange messages: the khipus. Until now, the code has never been deciphered, but new clues could finally unravel the mystery.
Ever wondered how fog can be turned into clean water? A new initiative in Coastal Peru is transforming this idea into reality through a new creation called "fog catcher," which will be installed in far-flung areas of Lima, Peru, enabling poverty-stricken locals to have access to clean water.
Reports have shown that the Amazon Rainforest is being destroyed at a very speedy rate, and people might not be able to do anything to save it. It has been approximated that the rainforest suffers from deforestation and clearing for up to roughly 8,000 square kilometers every year. It is more worrying since there are very limited legislations and regulations that go after its protection and conservation.
A mysterious glowing object has left the capital city of Peru in frenzy. The object hovering across the sky was captured in a footage, which first appeared on a Peruvian news website.
Peru's environmental agency is currently looking into the mysterious deaths of some 10,000 endangered Titicaca frogs in the south of the Peru.
Europe’s Vega rocket successfully launched into orbit five high-resolution Earth observation satellites, demonstrating the flexibility of its upper stage and multisatellite carrier.
Petroperu, the country's state-owned energy company, said a fresh oil spill in the Peruvian Amazon was detected from the country's four-decades-old pipeline last Thursday.
Today's a good day for animal conservationists as 33 abused big cats from South American circuses are finally scheduled to head back to their homeland on the 29th.
When a one-ton giant manta ray with a wingspan of 23 feet was caught last year in gill nets made by Peruvian fisherman, conservationists called for action. These treasured marine creatures are particularly vulnerable to overfishing and bycatch.
Not much is known about fishing snakes; however, a recent discovery of three new species may help scientists shed some light on the already elusive creatures.
Scientists have discovered two new, very creepy water bug species in Belize and Peru, according to a new study.
Scientists have recently discovered three new species of dragon-like woodlizards, dubbed "dwarf dragons," in the Andes of Peru and Ecuador.
Time and time again, Mother Nature finds a way to prove just how inadequate human technology is compared to her own mysterious tools. New research has found compelling evidence that wild animals know when an earthquake is coming long before humans and their gadgets get the heads up. Now experts hope to make use of that ability, taking cues from nature to keep citizens safe.
About 13 million years ago in what is now northeastern Peru, ancient shell-crunching crocodiles ruled the Amazon, according to new research.