British Museum bombarded with calls to return statue

The British Museum is facing calls to return a moai statue to Easter Island, sparked by a social media campaign by a Chilean influencer. Easter Island is a Chilean dependency in the Pacific Ocean that’s famous for the statues. The statue, called Hoa Hakananai’a (“lost or stolen friend,”) was taken to England without permission in 1868.

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