The most famous collection of geoglyphs in the world, the Nazca lines have decorated the Peruvian desert for hundreds of years. How did they last?
On my desk sits a slab of hundreds of millions old rock, shaped exactly like an ammonite – a prehistoric mollusc that once swam the Sahara sea.
Dinosaurs used to have feathers, they didn’t make deep roaring noises, and they were not that different from birds as we know them today.
I need a self-sufficient, slug churning robot that roams around the yard, instilling terror in the slimy pests.