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The Nazca lines: a big mystery

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melissa reese

on 14 May 2014

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The Nazca lines are big lines that were 'carved' in the ground. they were made between 2,100 and 1,300 years ago. Segments have been washed away by flash floods, which is surprising because they are located in the Nazca desert, which is in Nazca, Peru.
Surely they didn't pop up on their own...
These two videos show two theories of how they got there: villagers and aliens.
What is some history of the Nazca lines?
What are some theories of how they got there?
What do you think made them?
I think that the villagers made the lines. It is a very logical theory and i don't believe that aliens exist.

what do YOU think?
$3 (copyright fee)
May 13, 2014
by Isobela Darnell, 4th, Mrs.Reese's class
what is an enigma, exactly?
what is an enigma?
Thank you!
I first wondered the same thing. Fortunately, I can tell you! An enigma always comes with a question. It can be how did it get there, who made this, or even where did it go? It can be one of the simplest things in the world, or the most perplexing thing you have ever seen.

The enigma I am doing is the Nazca lines. You will learn more about them as I go on.

Enigmas' greatest enigma: The Nazca lines
Out of a one-to-five star rating, what would you rate the Nazca lines and why?
3 stars because I don't know much about them, but they look nice.
-Sam (Samantha) Lendo

Thank you http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/nazca/esp_lineas_nazca_15.htm
Thank you fifth graders for inspiring me to do the Nazca lines because they have made amazing artwork with Mrs. Rabroker.
And lastly, thank you Prezi for the amazing newspaper effect.
Stop motion: Made by Isobela Darnell and Mrs.Reese.

- Sam (Samantha)
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