In the province of Tucumán, in the northern part of Argentina, Pedro Luca has spent more than forty years living in a cave. Both electricity and running water are unavailable to the man. When he becomes hungry, he either takes a hunting trip with his gun or makes the three-hour trek to the nearby community of San Pedro de Colalao. A little stream serves as its primary water source. It is the world’s purest, richest water, he claims.
Who lives with him in the cave? In order to stay safe from jaguars and other predators, the two goats and eleven roosters spend the day grazing on the slopes and come back to the cave at night. At three in the morning, Pedro is awakened by the crowing of roosters, and he starts the day by building a fire. The man declares as smoke fills the cave, “Fire is amazing.” Read the full story here ▶