RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A cat about 37 meters long resting on a sand hill is the new figure that archaeologists from the Peruvian Ministry of Culture found in the Nazca Pampa, home to the famous geoglyphs that have been on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1994.
The feline was carved on the slopes of a hill in the middle of the desert of the Nazca region about two hundred years before our time, long before the appearance of the famous figures – the “monkey”, the “spider” or the “bird” – which makes the area one of the most interesting archaeological . . .
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