Famous for the giant geoglyphs that are still studied by archeologists worldwide today, scientists report that they have discovered a new design on the Nasca plain in Peru.
The new geoglyph has the shape of a gigantic cat, 37 meters long, which apparently is at least 2,200 years old.
The information was confirmed by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture.
According to the archaeologists who made the discovery, erosion at the site and dust accumulated with the wind made it difficult to see the new design.
According to the Ministry, the representation of cats is common in the ceramics and fabrics of the Paracas society, a pre-Incan culture that developed on the southern coast of Peru between 700 BC and 200 AD (24h)