See how the Easter Island heads “walked” across the island

Easter Island’s iconic and mysterious statues may very well have “walked” into place — at least according to archaeologists Terry Hunt and Carl Lipo, who have determined that as few as 18 people could have used ropes to navigate the hulking moai. The best part? The research validates the islanders’ own mythology, which claims that the moai did indeed walk across the island.

And if you didn’t know that the statues had bodies; read more HERE.

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