Typically, during the first season the vegetation becomes green again and attracts the fauna of the region; during the second season, instead, there is a drying process which ends when the first fog appears in the fall.In the Lomas of Lachay, 74 species of plants have been recorded, 25 of them in danger of extinction.They originate at the exact point where the primary spurring of the Andes contacts the clouds which cover the area most of the year.There are two distinct seasons in Lachay: the humid season - which is the most important - from approximately June to November; and the dry season, from December to May.Whether swaying to heartfelt ballads – lighter in hand – or getting down to bubblegum pop, the show promises a night of music any pop enthusiast won’t be able to resist.The tour is headlined by Grammy-nominated 98 Degrees – who have sold more than 10 million records worldwide and achieved eight top 40 singles.You ever wonder if there's a specific celebrity code-of-conduct in regard to dealing with negative appearance change by one's ex?That is, if you're a celebrity and your ex packs on a few pounds, is there a cheat sheet of what you're supposed to say without looking too concerned? According to Candy Kirby (she's sort of like the interweb's Chelsea Handler), Nick Lachey made a gaffe regarding former costar Jessica Simpson, "I hope she's happy, whatever size she comes in." That's not, that's not, that's not very nice.
Nick Lachey sort of defends Jessica Simpson, prefers Vanessa Minnillo.
He was a member of the pop group 98 Degrees, alongside his brother Nick Lachey, and other band members, Justin Jeffre and Jeff Timmons.
Since 98 Degrees, Lachey made a guest appearance on Hollywood Squares in 2001, performed on Broadway as Mark Cohen in the musical Rent from January 3 to March 21, 2005, and has also had several guest appearances on Nick's MTV show Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica.
The most abundant mammals that can be found are the rodents, followed by other species such as the Sechuran fox (Pseudalopex sechurae), the Andes skunk (Conepatus rex), the leaf-eared mouse (Phyllotis spp.) and the Peruvian mountain vizcacha (Lagidium peruanum).
Moreover, there are approximately 55 species of birds that belong to 16 families, such as the burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia), the Andean tinamou (Nothoprocta pentlandii), the American Krestrel (Falco sparverius peruvianus), and diverse species of hummingbirds.