This musical instrument, made of wood and leather, belongs to the Gentilar culture, which flourished in the extreme north of Chile (Arica) between 1200 and 1470 CE.
It is a drum made from a hollowed-out piece of wood with leather stretched over it and sewn together with a leather fastening running horizontally around the body of the drum. The seam is further bound by a leather strap, which also holds a carrying handle, clearly worn by use.
There is no recording of this drum, as any attempt to play such an ancient leather instrument would likely damage the instrument.
Dimensions: 175 mm high x 170 mm long x 170 mm wide (approx 7” on each side).