Stone Heads of Easter Island
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Stone Heads of Easter Island: How Did They Move

The monumental Moai statues or stone heads of Easter Island, built by the Rapa Nui people somewhere between 1250 and 1500 CE, have been a big mystery ever since it was initially discovered by the Europeans on Easter Sunday of 1722. This graphic by Fernando Baptista solves the puzzle of how the 887 monolithic human figures, weighing 86 tons, was moved from the quarries to their locations on the island.

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13/04/2016