Evidence Uncovered Of The World’s Biggest Child Sacrifice In Trujillo Peru

Archaeologists digging in Peru have discovered evidence of the largest-ever sacrifice of children when they uncovered remains of more than 140 youngsters slain alongside 200 llamas as part of a ritual offering almost 550 years ago, National Geographic reported. The site of the sacrifice, according to Agence FrancePresse, was located at the top of a cliff facing the Pacific Ocean in La Libertad, a northern region where the Chimu civilization, an ancient pre-Colombian people who worshipped the moon, arose. The cliff is located just outside the northwestern coastal city of Trujillo, Peru’s third-largest city which currently has 800,000 inhabitants, the report said. National Geographic explained…