An aerial investigation of the Nazca Desert in South America has yielded the discovery of many more geoglyphs.
A new archaeological study has reportedly discovered the true purpose of the enigmatic Peruvian geoglyphs.
Researchers have used an artificial intelligence to identity previously unseen drawings on the desert floor.
A new study has reignited the debate over the mysterious line drawings and why they were created.
Archaeologists have succeeded in identifying several previously unseen geoglyphs in Peru's Palpa province.
Some of the mysterious geometric shapes in the deserts of the Middle East are over 8,500 years old.
The famous geoglyphs in Peru may have been created by at least two different groups of people.
The Peruvian government plans to prosecute activists for damaging one of the ancient Nazca geoglyphs.
More than 50 previously unknown geoglyphs have been found sprawled across the north of the country.
Lines forming the shape of a llama and a snake have been uncovered by recent sandstorms over Peru.
Satellite images have revealed strange geoglyphs like the Nazca Lines over countries in the Middle East.