New Thoughts on Easter Island’s Water Supply

www.archaeology.org | 10/12/2018 | Staff
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(Aurbina via Wikimedia Commons)BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK—Carl Lipo of the University of Binghamton suggests that the Rapa Nui of Easter Island placed the stone statues known as moai in places where drinking water was available, according to a News.com.au report. Lipo and his team of researchers looked for groundwater around the island, which lacks streams and receives very little rainfall, and found areas on the...
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