The Nazca Lines are still one of the greatest archaeological mysteries to decipher.
In an arid coastal plain of Peru, near the city of Nazca and about 450 km south of the capital Lima, there are hundreds of geoglyphs (drawings traced in the ground) depicting animals (monkey, hummingbirds, spider, whale, lizard, condor, dog and others), plants, geometric figures and various designs, extended even for a few kilometers.
But what do they represent? Who tracked them? Why?