Mystery of a giant cat draw over 2,000 years old in the desert

In the Nazca Desert, an archeology team from Peru has discovered a giant drawing dating back to about 200 BC.

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Although appearing on the slopes of a mountain in the Nazca Desert for more than 2,000 years, recently, a team of archaeologists in Peru has discovered a giant cat-shaped drawing.

Giant cat figure has just been discovered on the slopes of the Nazca desert

It is known that the figure is 120 meters long, dating back to about 200 BC. According to archaeologist Jhonny Isla, this drawing was found as the group was improving access to a attraction that allowed visitors to view giant drawings on the Peruvian desert.

In the Paracas culture, the cat symbol appeared on many ceramics, textiles ... Paracas are also believed to be the creators of the giant drawing on the Nazca Desert. Viewed from above, most of these figures depict flora and fauna.

Before that, many mysterious drawings appeared in the Nazca desert.

Earlier in November 2019, the archeological team also discovered more than 140 Nazca lines in the desert in Peru, determined to be about 2,100 years old. This discovery is made possible by research that lasted for 15 years by applying current technology of archeology group from Yamagata University (Japan).

The mysterious Nazca deserts draws were first photographed around the 1920s when commercial aircraft flew over the place. At that time, the guests on the plane said they saw "primitive tracts" on the ground below.

Up to now, the Paracas is also believed to be the creators of the giant drawing.

Next, the Nazca line was discovered by archaeologists in 1927, later recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

In fact, the giant drawings that existed on the Nazca desert for thousands of years are still a mystery to archaeologists. No one can be sure why they were created, why they are so large and last so long.

As one of the driest regions in the world, the drawings on the desert is not covered by sand.

According to the original assessment, the Nazca Desert was originally one of the driest regions in the world, with a temperature of about 25 degrees Celsius. Because the desert had little wind, the giant drawings were not covered by sand and soil, and still exists today.

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