Easter Island is a Chilean island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, at the
southeasternmost point of the Polynesian Triangle.
Jan 6, 2015 ... A group of leading U.S scientists says the legend about Easter Island's collapse
is 'misleading' and that the population was actually decimated ...
Just four years later, the British navigator Sir James Cook arrived to find Easter
Island's population decimated by what seemed to have been a civil war, with only
Jan 12, 2015 ... How did the indigenous population of Polynesians, who lived on the Easter
Island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, come to an end? A new ...
Nov 24, 2008 ... This nes article looks at how though today, Easter Island is a primarily pastoral
island in the south-eastern Pacific Ocean, less than a thousand ...
Get facts, photos, and travel tips for Rapa Nui National Park (Easter Island), a
World Heritage site in Chile, from National Geographic.
Chile annexed Easter Island in 1888, but until 1953 it allowed a Scottish ... The
population is now around 5,000, nearly double what it was 20 years ago, and ...
Mar 9, 2006 ... Easter Islandâ€™s inhabitants may not have destroyed their own island. ... Some
scientists estimate that at its height, Easter Island's population ...
Mar 31, 2007 ... However they got to Easter Island, the rodents found an unlimited food ... Under
these conditions, he says, "Rats would reach a population of a ...
Historical Consequences of Deforestation: Easter Island (Diamond 1995) ...
However, pollen analysis shows that at this time the tree population of the island