Rapa nui: Also known as Easter Island. It is called Easter Island because it was discovered on Easter day of 1722 by a Dutch explorer named Jacob Roggevveen. It is located in the southeastern part of the Pacific Ocean and is a territory of Chile. Rapa nui is widely known for it’s 887 monumental statues. The statues are called Moai and were carved by natives between 1100 and 1680 C.E.
Rapanui: The native inhabitants of Easter Island.