Peru is known the world over for two things: the Incan mountaintop citadel Machu Picchu and the Nazca Lines, a grouping of hundreds of large drawings etched into the Peruvian desert. Both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and draw visitors to the South American nation from far and wide.
And why wouldn't they? They're both quite magical and speak to a simpler but no less wondrous time, while also containing an air of mystery about them.
But given that they're also remarkably well studied phenomena, you might not expect researchers to be able to find much new about either site, despite that aura of mystery. And yet archaeologists in the Nazca area did just that recently, finding a brand new geoglyph, one that's large enough that you would think it would have been noticed long, long ago.