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Raivavae's expectis
Once, in Raivavae, there were many stone tikis, statues representing Polynesian deities. But in 1933, a colonist took them to Tahiti. All those who had helped him to remove them died shortly afterward, attesting to Polynesian superstitions that tikis are loaded with power. Today, Raivave only has an astonishing tiki with a laughing face, 2 m high... that none would venture to touch...
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