There are many islands on this planet that are lonely and not taken by any. But what is so unique about Easter Island? It is not about the island but the head statutes that are been placed there are the ones that make the island a mystery. But, there is nothing to get unhappy about because here, in this piece of the forum you may about the Easter Island and the head statutes.
To know about the head statutes here is a glance at what the Easter Island is? Rapa Nui is the first name of the island, which was given by its first inhabitants to it. The island is the territory of Chile and it is located in the Southern Pacific Ocean. The closest neighbor of it is Pitcairn, which is just 1,200 miles away. It is a very dainty island that is covered with 887 mighty stone head statues.
One thing to know about these statutes is that these are not just the heads but the full bodies that are hidden under the ground. The statutes are very tall and heavy. The tallest one is 33 feet tall and weighs about 90 US tons. One of these is still incomplete, if it would have completed it weighs more than the heaviest one. Most of the statutes are made up of the material called "tough" which is compressed of the volcano ash. Only one of the groups of all is faced backward. Also, out of all, there is a one statue that is in a kneel-down position, naming To Kotori. It has been said the statues had been created and moved by aliens.