New Nazca Line geoglyph discovered: A 120-foot-long cat

Oct 20, 2020
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How can this be a common domestic cat? Cats arrived with europeans in the 16th century.
The style of the representation looks wrong also.
 
Oct 22, 2020
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How can this be a common domestic cat? Cats arrived with Europeans in the 16th century.
The style of the representation looks wrong also.
It's not just about a domestic cat but the elegance of this depiction does not match the existing representations...and I suspect it's about as real as all crop circles. This is suspect and should be examined more closely, as closely to authenticate it as you would a work of Art.
 
Aug 7, 2020
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How can this be a common domestic cat? Cats arrived with europeans in the 16th century.
The style of the representation looks wrong also.
You're right .
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The Graphism doesn't match!
It seems not to be made by the same Nazca people (not at all), but drawn by a child or someone who does not know anything about drawing, arts nor paleontology.
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For me it's just a FAKE or a JOKE.
 
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Aug 7, 2020
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The Graphism doesn't match!
It seems not to be made by the same Nazca people (not at all), but drawn by a child or someone who does not know anything about drawing, arts nor paleontology.
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For me it's just a FAKE or a JOKE.
 
Jan 5, 2021
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How can this be a common domestic cat? Cats arrived with europeans in the 16th century.
The style of the representation looks wrong also.
How can this be a common domestic cat? Cats arrived with europeans in the 16th century.
The style of the representation looks wrong also.
The astronaut also doesn't fit the "style" of the other Nascar Line images & also looks like a child's drawing but that is part of it all.
 

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