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Tour operator that specialise in expeditions for naturalists and birdwatchers to Chile, southern Argentina, and the Falkland Islands.
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, the local experts for your trip to Patagonia and Chile. Since 1997, our company specializes in offering world-class , nature photography tours , walking and trekking tours and family adventures in Chile and the remote regions of Patagonia . We are the local specialist for the following
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Unofficial, but interesting with many links.
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E aster Island has long been the subject of curiosity and speculation. How and why did its inhabitants carve and transport the massive statues which surround the island? What remains of this culture today, and what lessons can we learn from their legacy? This page resource for information on the
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Categorized and annotated web directory from the National Library of New Zealand.
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Search Te Puna Web Directory Keyword search defaults to 'and'. See The National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa welcomes feedback and suggestions of site(s) for inclusion into the directory based upon the except for the URL of the site you are suggesting) (Please type the
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Links, photos. Virtual tour. Individual Island Sites.
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is one of the most isolated islands in the world but 1200 years ago a double-hulled canoe filled with seafarers from a distant culture landed upon its shores. Over the centuries that followed a remarkable society developed in isolation on the island. For reasons still unknown they began carving
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The EIF promotes conservation and provides extensive information on contemporary and historic Easter Island for travelers and professionals. Contains text, photos, maps, and charts, history, and archeology.
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Publications & Merchandise News & Updates On All Things Rapa Nui Promoting the conservation and protection of Easter Island's fragile cultural heritage. Easter Island (Rapa Nui) lies isolated and apart in the empty South Pacific Ocean between Tahiti and South America. This lonely island
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Website detailing EISP history and current field work in the documentation and inventory of moai on Easter Island.
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monolithic statues of Rapa Nui (Easter Island) are called moai in the Rapanui language. Carved on the island by the ancestors of the current population, approximately 50% of the total of 887 statues remain in the immediate vicinity of Rano Raraku, the quarry in which they were produced. The
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and they have puzzled ethnographers, archaeologists, and visitors to the island.
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On average, they stand 13 feet high and weigh 14 tons, human heads-on-torsos carved in the male form from rough hardened volcanic ash. The islanders call them "moai," and they have puzzled ethnographers, archaeologists, and visitors to the island since the arrived here in 1722. In their
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Dr. Grant McCall's article for the 17th edition (1995) of the Pacific Islands Year Book.
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[ NOTE: the following information was provided by and reproduced here with his permission. The original was first appeared as part of the Pacific Islands Year Book -- 17th Edition (1995) published by Fiji Times Ltd., 20 Gordon Street, Suva, Fiji.] Centre for South Pacific Studies The University
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Extensive information on Easter Island, centre of the world, including mythology, genealogy, blackbirding, rongorongo, picture gallery and the mysterious moai.
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eastern outpost of Polynesia is one of the most fascinating of the islands of Oceania. This is not only due to the incredible moai that dot the landscape but also the sophisticated Rongorongo which is the only form of written language of Thank you so much for visiting the above four Domains. I am
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The story of a team of archaeologists and a 75-person crew who sought to unravel the mystery of how hundreds of giant stone statues were moved and erected.
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NOVA Online presents Secrets of Easter Island
This is the story of a team of archaeologists and a 75-person crew who sought to unravel a central mystery of Easter Island: how hundreds of giant stone statues that dominate the island's coast were moved and erected. For one month, the team struggled to raise a 10-ton moai, using only the tools

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