This tree frog is the color of tree bark with a certain fungus growing on it. Now that's specialization!
This is a (not so) wild pig that some locals keep as a pet. So cute!
Our guide telling us a bit about the site before we ascend the 1,200 steep stairs to get there.
This stone is a map, the vertical lines represent rivers, horizontal are paths, and the start shapes are villages.
Weird, tiny bees. Sadly the end of the tube is over exposed, but that's a wax tube they built, which connects to the hive. If I understood correctly, the natives harvest their honey to flush their eyes out? Weird.
A traditional house of the indigenous people. The two peaks on the top represent the two snow capped peaks sometimes visible in the nearby Sierra Nevada mountain range.
This little parakeet came to eat our watermelon seeds while we were taking a break on the way back.
This spider is still alive, but paralyzed by a parasitic wasp that laid it's eggs in the spider's body. Gross!
A butcher shop, complete with Colombian cowboys drinking beer! Oh and a cow's head with bits of flesh still hanging off it.