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What was the purpose of the Moai statues on Easter Island?

The Moai statues on Easter Island were believed to be living representations of their ancestors, created by the Rapa Nui people as a way to honor them and show respect for their culture. The statues were also thought to have had spiritual significance and were believed to have been a form of protection for the island.

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