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A restored lone moai located near Ahu Tongariki was taken to Japan for study and returned. It stands under the Rona Raraku quarry. The cliff on ocean side of the crater is formed by seawall erosion.
- RANDY OLSON
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- Easter Island_National Geographic magazine 7/2012