Today, the internet is filled with posts about our favorite felines. Archaeologists recently found a much older cat tribute: a 2,000-year-old drawing called a Nazca Line. It’s one of hundreds of huge drawings, also called geoglyphs, in the Nazca Desert in the South American country of Peru. Ancient Nazca people created them by scraping the top layer of dirt on hills and mountains. Some are so big, they can only be fully seen when flying overhead. The 120-foot-long cat is the oldest Nazca geoglyph discovered so far.