The Quimbaya or Tolima artifacts are a set of gold figurines found in Colombia and dated to between 300 and 1000 AD. Measuring approximately 2 to 3 inches (5 to 7.5cm) in length, there are over 100 of these relics. Archaeologists say they are all zoomorphic figurines, representing birds, fish, insects, bats, and other mammals, while ancient astronaut theorists maintain that at least a handful of them do not represent any known animal, but rather represent ancient flying machines, complete with aerodynamic features, stabilizers and fuselage. Ancient Origins recently visited the Gold Museum in Bogotá, Colombia, to photograph the artifacts on display. Now you can make up your mind as to which theory you choose to believe.