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Papa Vaka: the largest stone with petroglyphs on the island. There is a long canoe, a tuna fish, a shark, hooks and a sea turtle (in the picture). Papa Vaka es la piedra con más petroglifos de la isla. Muestra una canoa larga, un atún, un tiburón, anzuelos y una tortuga marina (en la foto). Cultura Rapa Nui, Chile. Isla de Pascua. Easter Island.

Papa Vaka: the largest stone with petroglyphs on the island. There is a long canoe, a tuna fish, a shark, hooks and a sea turtle (in the picture). Papa Vaka es la piedra con más petroglifos de la isla. Muestra una canoa larga, un atún, un tiburón, anzuelos y una tortuga marina (en la foto). Cultura Rapa Nui, Chile. Isla de Pascua. Easter Island.

The yeti crab (Kiwa hirsuta), an unusual, hairy crab with no eyes, was discovered in 2005 on a hydrothermal vent near Easter Island. It represents not only a new species but also a new genus—Kiwa, after the mythological Polynesian goddess of shellfish.

The yeti crab (Kiwa hirsuta), an unusual, hairy crab with no eyes, was discovered in 2005 on a hydrothermal vent near Easter Island. It represents not only a new species but also a new genus—Kiwa, after the mythological Polynesian goddess of shellfish.

Papa Vaka: the largest stone with petroglyphs on the island. There is a long canoe, a tuna fish (in the picture), a shark, hooks and a sea turtle. Papa Vaka es la piedra con más petroglifos de la isla. Muestra una canoa larga, un atún (en la foto), un tiburón, anzuelos y una tortuga marina. Cultura Rapa Nui, Chile. Isla de Pascua. Easter Island.

Papa Vaka: the largest stone with petroglyphs on the island. There is a long canoe, a tuna fish (in the picture), a shark, hooks and a sea turtle. Papa Vaka es la piedra con más petroglifos de la isla. Muestra una canoa larga, un atún (en la foto), un tiburón, anzuelos y una tortuga marina. Cultura Rapa Nui, Chile. Isla de Pascua. Easter Island.

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