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The drought lowered the level of rivers in the Amazon led to the discovery, interesting for Archaeology. Rock carvings of faces were found in rocks that were submerged on the shores of Rio Negro, near the meeting with the waters of the Amazon, Manaus.
The images are made in low relief and, according to archaeologists studying the Amazon region, may have been made between 2,000 and 5,000 years ago by Indians who lived there. However, there are still a mystery that has puzzled experts.
I don't know - seems suspect. If those carvings were made 2,000 to 5,000 years ago, and have been worn by river water for that long (not to mention rain), wouldn't those carvings have been worn away by now?
I couldnt find any evidence of square faces in other cultures. does anybody know of any?