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The Hummingbird Nazca lines

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Description of The Hummingbird

The geoglyph depicting the hummingbird in profile view, is a geoglyphic figure has a thin and slightly curved beak, extended wings to allow hovering flight and forked tail feathers. The Nazca people relied heavily on agriculture, and hummingbirds were essential pollinators of their crops. By spreading pollen while accessing flower nectar, hummingbirds facilitated the growth of new plants—an endless cycle of regeneration. The presence of the hummingbird ensured the survival of the Nazca, so this geoglyph may have been an offering of gratitude and praise for the hummingbird’s role in their continued prosperity.

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