Mysterious Nazca lines form geometric shapes in the desert that are best seen from the air. Besides animals forms, there are more than 800 straight lines on the coastal plain, some of which are 30 miles Anthropologists believe the Nazca culture, which began around 100 B.C. and flourished from A.D. 1 to 700.
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