Easter Island is a remote Chilean Island in the Pacific Ocean with a mysterious past. 887 enormous stone heads speckle the 64 square miles (166 square kilometers) of land. Standing at heights of 3–33 feet (1–10 meters) and weighing in at roughly 13 tons apiece, the sheer size of the statues has fascinated scientists for centuries. Still, the biggest question has remained: how in the world did they get there?
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Written by Ashley Gabriel July 28, 2015
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