The Bad Boys of Rapa Nui

The Bad Boys of Easter Island

Rapa Nui (or Easter Island as it is commonly known) is most known for its giant statues, called 'Moai' (pronounced "Moe-Eye"), which in the Rapa Nui tongue, means 'image'. While there are no true 100% descendants of the original islanders left, it is uncertain what they were carved for, it is widely believed that they were to represent ancestors of the people.

They were all carved from the rock of one volcano - Rano Raraku. These Moai have patiently waited on the slopes of Rano Raraku for centuries, to move to an altar on the coast where they would watch over and protect the island's people

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