Easter Island statues

Researchers seeking
Easter Island link

The discovery of this set of statues in a hidden valley on Easter Island has researchers puzzled. One possible explanation is that Easter Island was a floating island that originated off the coast of South America and centuries ago hung up on a volcanic peak in the South Pacific. This is the first indication that llamas may have been native to Easter Island. As well as Peru and Chile, llamas are presently found in Mount Lehman in British Columbia.


Update:

We recently visited easter Island and sure enough, we were able to locate one of the llama moais . . .

Easter Island llama statue

Check out our llama lineup.


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Guatemalan Llamas Llama Carved on Totem Pole Llamas in Ancient Egypt?
Llamas in the Arctic? Miniature Llamas in Japan Racing Llamas
Radioactive Llamas Trojan Llama Zebra-Llama Cross

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Brian and Jane Pinkerton
29343 Galahad Crescent
Mount Lehman
British Columbia
Canada V4X 2E4

Phone: 604-856-3196
E-mail address: brianp@smartt.com

Mount Lehman Llamas Home Page


If you want the true story of Easter Island, have a look at the Bradshaw Foundation site.

Their goal is to help discover, document and preserve prehistoric rock art round the world.

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