The newly discovered Nazca lines depict humans, cats, killer whales, birds, and snakes and date between 100 BCE and 300 CE.
Dated from the pre-Incan Nazca culture around 100 BCE, they span up to 328 feet and depict a variety of animals including birds, fish, snakes, foxes, and felines.
Researchers have identified over 50 massive, long-unseen geogylphs that date from between 500 BCE to 200 CE — centuries before the time of the known Nazca lines.
The driver left “deep scars” on the site last Saturday, the country’s ministry of culture announced earlier this week.
Peru will take legal action against a group of Greenpeace activists who it says damaged the Nazca lines UNESCO World Heritage site during a climate change demonstration on Monday.