The Amazon rainforest is experiencing a drought, which has revealed ancient rock carvings.
The carvings were discovered on a rock formation in the Brazilian state of Amazonas.
The carvings depict human faces and animals.
The carvings are believed to be thousands of years old.
The drought has caused the water level in the river to drop, exposing the carvings.
The carvings were likely made by indigenous people who lived in the area.
The discovery of the carvings highlights the importance of preserving indigenous cultures and their history.
The carvings are a reminder of the rich history and cultural heritage of the Amazon rainforest.