Experts Solved The Mystery of The Ancient Easter Island Heads – Moai Statues

A group of experts appears to have figured out how the people of Rapa Nui, popularly known as Easter Island, built the iconic Moai statues.

This new notion is closely tied to the island’s difficulty in finding water. So Carl Lipo of the University of Binghamton’s research highlighted all of the issues these people faced in ancient times.

Because there were no rivers on the islands, it was natural for the earliest people to try to build ponds to provide them with water. In this perspective, these statues could have been water marks.

In other words, these statues enabled these people to discover water reservoirs, and each statue denoted the location of reservoirs.

However, while this explanation is extremely plausible, Lipo is unsure whether this was the underlying motivation behind the sculptures’ construction or for some other undiscovered purpose.

What is evident is that these statues represented the massive population on that island at the time, as well as how useful these people were, as their work has survived to the present day.


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