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SCIENCE CHILE MOAI
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October 30, 2003
A night view of "Moai" statues at Anakena beach on Easter Island, 4,000 km
(2,486 miles) west of Santiago,...
multiple cities, Chile - Republic of
NIGHT VIEW OF MOAI STATUES AT ANAKENA BEACH ON EASTER ISLAND.
A night view of "Moai" statues at Anakena beach on Easter Island, 4,000 km
(2,486 miles) west of Santiago, October 30, 2003. Easter Island's mysterious
"Moai," giant head statues carved out of volcanic rock, are in danger of
being destroyed by years of tropical rains and wind as well as careless
humans and farms animals. Experts have called on the international community
to commit funds to preserve the monoliths, whose mystery draws tourists to
the world's most remote inhabited island. Picture taken October 30, 2003. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Carlos Barria/FEATURE/SCIENCE-CHILE-MOAI PP03110061
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