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Easter Island, Rapa Nui or Te pito o te henua, is in the middle of the Pacific Ocean halfway between South America and Oceania, constituting one of the most isolated places on the planet. It was colonized by Polynesians at the end of the first millennium of the Christian era, thus becoming one of the extremes of the Polynesian triangle. The island is of volcanic origin, has a small surface area (166 km 2 ) and limited resources, and gave rise to a culture that is unique in the world, recognizeddoi:10.3856/vol42-issue4-fulltext-2 fatcat:qlxpd3iruzd7xa5or7g7bsdrbq