Wildlife Animals of Lake Titicaca Vicuña camelids on the Island of Suasi Bolivian Vizcacha – Rabbit-like rodent native to South America Titicaca Grebe – Its main population occurs on Lake Titicaca, around Lake Uru Uru and Poopó, the Rio Desaguadero. This grebe is It is classified by the IUCN as endangered. Wild Guinea Pig – this widespread rodent, as the locals call it cuyes, is, unfortunately, a local delicacy. Indigenous Children with Llama on Isla del SolPhoto by Adam Jones Andean fox, also known as Culpeo, is a predator that likes to attack different species. Sometimes it attacks sheep and, because of that often hunted or poisoned by the locals. Titicaca Water Frog, binomial name Telmatobius culeus, is a huge and critically endangered frog species. It can grow to 50 cm (20 in) in length and 1 kg (2.2 lb) in weight. Andean Skunk – They resist viper venom, and if you are not careful, they can spray a stinky odor on you.