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ICYMI: Peruvian archaeologists uncover a 37-meter-long cat etching in a little-explored area of the country's celebrated Nazca Lines UNESCO heritage site

Archeologists have discovered a 2,000-year-old etching of a cat on the side of hill at the Nazca Lines World Heritage site in Peru. The never-before-seen glyph is approx 121 feet tall 🙀

ANCIENT KITTY: Archaeologists have revealed the discovery of a massive cat geoglyph etched into a hillside overlooking the famous Nazca Lines in southern Peru. The 121-foot-long figure is believed to be more than 2,000 years old.

A giant 2,000-year-old figure of a feline that was on the brink of disappearing will be the new cat's meow when Peru's remarkable Nazca Lines attraction reopens to tourists in November.

Archeologists have discovered a 2,000-year-old etching of a cat on the side of hill at the Nazca Lines World Heritage site in Peru. The never-before-seen geoglyph is approx 121 feet tall 🙀

UPDATED. A giant 2,000-year-old figure of a feline that was on the brink of disappearing will be the new cat's meow when Peru's remarkable Nazca Lines attraction reopens to tourists in November.

The Nazca Lines is famous for its larger-than-life depictions of imaginary beings, plants and animals.

The new geoglyph is believed to be older than the earlier ones found at Nazca.

New Nazca lines uncovered in Peru as 'lost' 2,000-year-old huge cat figure found

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Large 2,000-year-old cat discovered in Peru's Nazca lines

ANCIENT KITTY: Archaeologists have revealed the discovery of a massive cat geoglyph etched into a hillside overlooking the famous Nazca Lines in southern Peru. The 121-foot-long figure is believed to be more than 2,000 years old.

Archeologists have discovered a 2,000-year-old etching of a cat on the side of hill at the Nazca Lines World Heritage site in Peru. The never-before-seen glyph is approx 121 feet tall 🙀

Archaeologists stumbled across a catlike geoglyph etched on a hillside in Peru while remodeling a section of a UNESCO heritage site known as the Nazca Lines

Huge cat found etched into desert among Nazca Lines in Peru

Archaeologists found an ancient geoglyph of a giant lazy cat in Peru.   About 2,000 years old, it was found while workers were digging a new pathway in Nazca Lines — home to famous geoglyphs of birds and other animals. (📷: Peru Min. of Culture)

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Archaeologists have revealed the discovery of a massive cat geoglyph etched into a hillside overlooking the famous Nazca Lines in southern Peru. The 121-foot-long figure, which has been cleaned and restored, is believed to be more than 2,000 years old.

Archeologists have discovered a 2,000-year-old etching of a cat on the side of hill at the Nazca Lines World Heritage site in Peru. The never-before-seen glyph is approx 121 feet tall 🙀

Large 2,000-year-old cat discovered in Peru's Nazca lines

143 more Nazca Lines have been discovered, etched into a coastal desert plain in Peru. Japanese researchers combined on-the-ground archaeology with modern technology, including artificial intelligence, to identify the 2,000-year-old images.

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