Puzzle, Nazca Lines Condor

 

Solve the puzzle. Click with your mouse to move the pieces of birds tessellation. (The puzzle requires Java enable browser.)
Tessellation: A tessellation is a repeated geometric design that covers a plane without gaps or overlaps.

The Nazca Lines, are a set of zoomorphic, phytomorphic and geometric figures (straight lines, triangles, spirals, a bird, a spider, a monkey, flowers) that appear engraved in the surface of the desert plateaus.
The Condor bird
is 135 m in length. Maria Reiche wrote that "there is a bird so big that one can place themselves on the point of its wings and you can even see the head, nor the other wings, it is only possible to perceive a few lines on the ground, you would have to fly over the area in order to appreciate it in its entirety".

More puzzles:
  Puzzles: Table of Content
  Nazca Lines: Condor,
 
 Nazca Lines: The Monkey,
  Nazca Lines: The Spider,
  Machu Picchu,
  Sierpinski Triangle and Machu Picchu,
 
The Stone of twelve angles,
 
 The Lord of Sipan,
  The Lord of Sipan: Spiderman,
  Butterfly Theorem,
  Bevan Point,
  Ceva's Theorem,
 
The Raft of the Medusa,
  The Raft of the Medusa (Chinese version)
,
  The Raft of the Medusa(Spanish version),
  Euler's Formula,
  Morley's Theorem,
  Nagel Point,
  Newton's Theorem,
  Pentagons & Pentagrams

 
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Last updated: April 6, 2006