Premise

A look at ancient carvings on a remote Peruvian plateau that are similar to images found elsewhere in the world, including an Egyptian pharaoh, an African lion and Easter Island's moai statues. Included: remarks from Peruvian scholar Daniel Ruzo, who discovered the stone statues in 1952, and paleontologist Robert Schoch.

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