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    Easter Island

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    Easter Island was remote speck of land. A forested island with an ample supply of fruits, nuts, and small animals. This was until humans started to use up all of the islands resources. This island was great for settlers who wanted to start a new colony. But, with a rising population it confronts shrinking resources. Destruction of the forest resulted in extinction of many exotic animals and birds. Humans were destroying this diverse forest by using all of its resources. Before human population settled in, the island supported a diverse forest including a variety of trees, shrubs, ferns, and herbs. This was the home of a common the hauhau tree. The hauhau tree yields a strong fiber used to make rope. This early forest, along with…

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    Welcome to the Pledis Islands! The Pledis Islands are comprised of two main islands and twelve smaller islands in the Pacific Ocean, specifically at 42 degrees latitude and 162 degrees longitude. These islands where man made in 2012 by architect Sabine Toews, and have the smooth lines of traditional man made islands, as well as many natural features that truly make it unique. These islands generally experience a climate similar to that of the marine west coast, with warm summers, cool winters,…

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    Providence Island My Legend Travel. The perfect vacation doesn’t have to be in a big luxury hotel or in a recognised Inland, there is an Island that always distinguishes itself from the others around the word because its real adventure options, funny and friendly diversion, and baste diversity of sea food. Providence Island is a mountainous Caribbean Island part of Colombia, lying midway between Costa Rica and Jamaica. My personal experience on a trip with my family to Providencia will let you…

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    Cha ching! That’s the sound of your pockets if you come to Mystery Island! Moving here is a great decision. Our climate is perfect due to the fact that it is never too hot or too cold. Because of this, the Island produces an abundant amount of natural resources. Learning is very important to people here at this island and the government has been based off a Monarchy. The weather is excellent at Mystery Island. Mystery Island’s climate is called tropical wet. That means that it’ll be very sunny…

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    Easter Island was quite an experience of a new location for settlers and showed the inadequate use of resources that were accessible to the new inhabitants. It showed how desperate and inhumane people became at the extinction of valuable resources on this island. These new owners of land were quickly befallen at the expense of most of their lives and all of the natural resources. The main idea of internal collapse focuses on the issues that man has faced since the beginning of sharpening a…

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    Easter Island

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    Jennifer Vanderbes’ (2004) Easter Island novel tells a story of two women who visited the island 60 years apart. In 1912, Elsa Pendleton was arranged to marry her father’s colleague, Edward Beazley after her father’s death. In hopes of caring for Elsa and her mentally impaired sister Alice, Elsa accepts the marriage proposal. Archaeologist, Edward Beazley, accepted the offer to take an expedition to Easter Island to study the moai statues and the culture on the mysterious island. As a honeymoon…

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    Galápagos Islands

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    I wanted to tell you about my voyage that I took to the Galápagos Islands that took about 5 years to take. In the Galápagos Islands I found many different species of birds that are called the finches. Every finch that I found looked the same but the shape and size of the beak were a little different. When I visited South America I found armadillo fossils, and these fossils were really big and kind of looked the same, but a little different to the armadillos alive walking around. I learned…

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    This paper is about the Chile and Easter Island.The Easter Island is right off the west coast of Chile.It is 2,700 km or 2,300 miles. This island is very isolated and inhabited with only 5,761 people living there(in 2012). The area of this island is 63.17 mi2. Easter Island’s capital is Hanga Roa. This island is famed for the wonderful archaeological sites with around 900 monumental statues. These statues were made between the 10th -16th century, They are called moai, having large heads and…

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    There is a place where many people go to for a wonderful vacation, it’s called Tome Island. It is fifty miles north of Hawaii, I don’t just visit, I live here. This isn’t a regular island, the grass was more green than a green marker or paint brush, beautiful crystal blue waters and bright white sand. But that's not the kicker, the kicker is that Is wasn’t just formed, it was made. Beautiful creatures built it, they are like giant white birds who can blow massive winds and fly up to 190mph, we…

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    Easter Island Collapse

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    Weston C. Hargis Dr. Brad Barry English 2010 30 November 2016 The Collapse of Easter Island Every year, hundreds of tourist travel across the Pacific Ocean to visit a small, barren grass island. They do not travel to see grass they travel such a far distance to get a closer look at the giant stone-heads, call moai. These mysterious moai made by the ancient Rapanuian people hold a similar fascination like the Stone Hinge in England. They beg the questions when, how, why, and who? History teaches…

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