We weren't aware that Indians had iPods back in ancient times, but then we weren't aware that prehistoric Egyptians flew helicopters, either. It's a constant learning process. But check out this location in Google Maps or enter 50 0'38.20"N 110 6'48.32"W in Google Earth and you'll see a distinct Indian head, complete with white iPod earphones inserted. Wonder what song he's listening to?
It's a remarkable image, and a tribute to the human brain which is acutely attuned to the shape of faces. Let's face it, we see them everywhere—in clouds, pieces of toast, on the sides of water tanks, on Mars, and indeed, in satellite images.
Huge Native American face on Google Earth [Dark Vision Hardware]