Taxonomic Analysis of a Nasca Drawing (IMAGE) Hokkaido University Caption Due to its long and thin bill, short legs, three toes facing the same direction, and the long tail with an elongated middle section, the previously identified hummingbird (Geoglyph No. PV68A-CF1) is re-classified as a hermit. In Peru, long and pointed tails only occur in hermits whereas the tails of typical hummingbirds are forked or fan-shaped. Credit Eda M., Yamasaki T., Sakai M. <em>Journal</em> <em>of</em> <em>Archaeological</em> <em>Science:</em> <em>Reports</em>. June 20, 2019. Usage Restrictions This image is copyrighted and can be used for reporting this press release without obtaining a permission if appropriately credited. License Licensed content Disclaimer: AAAS and EurekAlert! are not responsible for the accuracy of news releases posted to EurekAlert! by contributing institutions or for the use of any information through the EurekAlert system.