Lake Titicaca is located in the beautiful Andes Mountains
Between the enigmatic countries of Peru and Bolivia

It covers an area of 21,726 square miles
And is over a 1000 feet deep
Making it the largest lake in South America

Over 25 streams and rivers contribute to its life force
And only 1 river serves as an outlet

Titicaca means Mountain of the Puma
The lake has 41 islands

In its depths is a submerged city with a temple
It has megalithic stones with some weighing 40-50 tons

There are exquisite statues that are standing upright
And huge stairs with stone lions sporting long upright horns
Which guard the entranceway to the staircase

There is a courtyard with pillars
Surrounding the temple is a 2624 foot long containing wall

Gold figurines and gold ornaments are frequently found
Lake Titicaca holds a treasure trove of ancient artifacts

95 percent of the aquatic animals are considered non native and unique to the area
In other words they are former ocean dwellers that have adapted to fresh water

There are sea crustaceans and mollusks that live in the lake
As well as sharks and sea horses

The chemical composition is very similar to the ocean

There is only one conclusion
That the entire altiplano was thrust up in very recent times

When you take into consideration Machu Pichu
It would mean the whole northern Andes was uplifted in very recent times
Only a few hundred years ago!