In incredibly old news (my favorite kind!), the giant stone heads on Easter Island have bodies. I'm sure a lot of you already knew that, because, like me, you had a subscription to National Geographic back when it was still socially acceptable to buy the magazine for the exotic nudes. For the rest of you, this might come as a surprise. But, come on -- did you actually think aliens would take the time to come to earth and carve giant stone heads and NOT give them bodies? That's ridiculous.
Hit the jump for some closeups of the excavated bodies.
Thanks to RenegadeChemist and Blair, who're convinced Stonehenge was an alien warm-up exercise for making these guys.
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