Wakrapuku

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The wakrapuku is a type of trumpet used by the indigenous peoples of Peru and the Andes. It is usually made from cattle horn or metal, and is used in annual fertility rituals. It is probably of pre-Columbian origin.

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  • "wakrapuku". Encyclopædia Britannica (online). 2009. Retrieved November 1, 2009.