Moving a replica Moai statue on Easter Island
The huge stone heads on Easter Island in the Pacific have fascinated historians for centuries. University of Arizona anthropologist Terry Hunt led a team that worked out a theory on how the massive figures were moved into place using just a handful of volunteers.
Terry Hunt spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph.D. Regent’s professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.
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