Archaeologists have found over a hundred mysterious giant figures :
Archaeologists have found over a hundred mysterious giant figures on that ,from the Magata University Institute have discovered 168 new lines representing humans, camels, birds, orcas, felines and snakes in and around the Pampa de Nazca in Peru. These biomorphic geoglyphs are believed to date back to between 100 BCE and 300 BCE.
The research group, led by Professor Masato Sakai in collaboration with Peruvian archaeologist Jorge Olano, has published a statement saying that the giant geoglyphs were found using aerial photographs and drones between June 2019 and February 2020.
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Mysterious Nazca Geoglyphs in The Desert Sands of Peru :
The 168 new geoglyphs represent humans, camels, birds, orcas, felines and snakes.
With these 168, there were 358 geoglyphs have been found in the area since 2018. These mysterious lines were created by removing black stones to reveal the white sandy surface below. Current research suggests that there are two types: linear type and relief type. Of the geoglyphs discovered in this study, five belong to the first type, while 163 belong to the second type. Most belonging to this last type are about 10 m in diameter, and are mainly distributed along old paths.
36 of these lines were discovered in the Aza area, near the city of Nazca, where Yamagata University already discovered 41 between 2014 and 2015, which led to the creation of an archaeological park in 2017 with the support of the ministry. Peruvian culture to protect them. With that discovery this is now known that a total of 77 geoglyphs are concentrated in this archaeological park.
The origin of Peru’s Nazca Lines is one of the great mysteries that remains unresolved. The most diverse explanations and theories have been elaborated on them, including the fiction that they were created by extraterrestrials.
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