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what is the history of the statues at Easter Island?

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Archaeologists suggest that the statues were a representation of the Polynesian people’s ancestors. They face away from the sea and towards the villages, like watching over the people. There are a lot of theories how did those statues appeared on their places. In 2013, scientists claimed they may have been walked into position. They created a five-tonne replica of one of the statues and moved it into an upright position on a dirt path in Hawaii, to prove that the statues could have been 'walked' into place.

The article on Mystery of Easter Island will help you to make a deeper research of the subject, even though it is not actually ‘mystery’ as for me.

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