Nasca Lines, Peru!!
In the coastal desert of southern Peru, sprawling figures etched on the land—a spider, a monkey, a strange flying animal, and more—have inspired wonder in air travelers since first spotted in the 1920s. Now scientists believe they know why ancient people created the designs, beginning more than 2,000 years ago.
Photograph by Robert Clark

Nasca Lines, Peru!!

In the coastal desert of southern Peru, sprawling figures etched on the land—a spider, a monkey, a strange flying animal, and more—have inspired wonder in air travelers since first spotted in the 1920s. Now scientists believe they know why ancient people created the designs, beginning more than 2,000 years ago.

Photograph by Robert Clark

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    giving small heroes their well deserved respect
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    I’m going =)
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    LOL that would be the second best way of dying in the world! The best being hugging a sleeping snow leopard!
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    Will you be falling off a plane, then? (Aw gawd, that was bad. :D)