The stylized animals here are rheas, flightless birds similar to ostriches or emus. The motif comes from painted earthenware urns made by the ancient Santamaría culture people (Northwestern Argentina). Since other groups from nearby regions also used rhea motifs, I feel inclined to think that this bird had some special meaning to them, but whatever it could have been, it's now lost. It's been theorized, though, that rheas represented rainclouds and thus were heralds of rain.
Today's traditional lore of the Argentine Northwest tells us of an earth spirit named Pampayoj who roams the land in the shape of a rhea. Pampayoj protects the creatures of the plains and sometimes appears before hunters to reprehend those who kill more animals than needed.
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