Scientists Discover 168 More Images At Peru’s Nazca Lines

  • Scientists identified 168 previously undiscovered geoglyphs in the Peruvian desert of Nazca, adding to the collection of more than 2,000-year-old land drawings.
  • Researchers from Japan’s Yamagata University in collaboration with Peruvian archaeologist Jorge Olano, identified the additional forms after two years of drone photography and artificial intelligence surveys. The new figures measure between two and six meters (6.56 to 19.7 feet) in length.
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