How did Peru’s Nazca people desertify their environment?



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    They didn’t. Their climate is a natural desert, one of the driest on Earth. The average annual temperature is 77 degrees F and there is little wind on the 50-mile-wide high plateau. The Nazca region is well-known for their several hundred geoglyphs, or drawings and lines sketched into the ground through the removal of the surface red pebbles, exposing light-colored soil below.

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