A rare and mysterious monkey brain curd is in a delicatessen in Lima’s famous El Niño district, a source in Lima said.
El Niño, a global warming phenomenon, has led to the melting of glaciers and ice caps, causing massive rains to fall.
The curd was purchased by a restaurant in the El Niño town of Alhambra, which is a popular spot for tourists.
The delicacy, which came from a small village in the northern province of Alta, has been sold in the market since last year.
The market in Alhamra and other markets in the area has been hit hard by the drought.
A number of markets were shut down last year, but the market in El Niño village was spared.
The curd has been given the name “lobopanda” in the local language, which means “liver.”
The city of Alun, which has a population of over 15,000, has its own curd that has been selling for decades.
The locals in the town are also very fond of the curd.