The roads were built using only wooden, stone and bronze tools according to an article published on Ancient History Encyclopedia, by Mark Cartwright.
Non-uniform in design, the roads were built by local populations with often varying designs and materials.
Predation pressure seemed to vary between winters, with a peak in the winters of 2004, 20.
The annual mortality (relative to the maximum winter population size) caused by wood mouse predation varied between 0.1 and 8.8 %, with a maximum local effect of 83.6 %.
The exhibit will detail the history of the Incan Empire in 11 sections and will explore how the road was constructed, the engineering solutions used in its design, how the road was used and more.