Melissa Reid, 19, was detained along with her friend Michaella McCollum Connolly, 20, as she prepared to catch a plane to Madrid from Lima in Peru last week.
It is alleged Ms Reid, of Lenzie, East Dunbartonshire, was found with 18 packets of the Class A drug weighing 5.78kg in her suitcase at Jorge Chavez International Airport after a search by a sniffer dog.
Ms McCollum Connolly, who was studying at Belfast Metropolitan College, was allegedly travelling with 16 envelopes containing cocaine, weighing 5.81kg.
New editions of Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) biology textbooks do not contain the controversial idea that Scotland's most famous mythological beast may have been a real living creature.
The updated book is only available to creationist-taught pupils in Europe, but campaigners say America is likely to follow suit.
The Sunday Herald exclusively reported last June that private schools which follow a fundamentalist curriculum, including the ACE programme, were teaching the theory aimed at disproving evolution and proving creationism.