A series of geoglyphs, the large design on the ground depicts many different animals and creatures such as fish, monkeys and even human-like figures.
They are located 400km south of the Peruvian capital, Lima, and were believed to have been drawn by the Nazca civilisation which inhabited Peru from around 500BC to 200BC.
There are believed to be over 800 straight lines, 300 geometric designs and 70 animal and plant designs – some of which are up to 370 metres long.
The Nazca Lines are found in Peru
According to website Ranker, the designs were created to attract aliens and were made big enough so that extraterrestrials could see them from space.
The website said: “The Nazca Lines were created to attract extraterrestrials.
No one is sure of the purpose of the Nazca Lines
“These designs are clearly man-made and are only recognisable from high-above, most likely to signal extraterrestrials.”
To add more fuel to this conspiracy, earlier this year several bodies , which included a three-fingered corpse, were reportedly found in a tomb near the Nazca Lines and it was thought by some researchers they could be a newly undiscovered species or even aliens.
They could be a symbol to the Nazca Gods
Some argue the Nazca lines probably stem from ritualistic behaviour such as making the drawings big enough so that their Gods could see them from the heavens.
Yamagata University experts believe this geoglyph was created as a decorative path that guided Nazca’s to the ancient ceremonial centre of Cahuachi, where rituals and burials took place.