3,000-year-old burial ground may reveal secrets of Polynesian migration

Scientists and explorers have long tried to understand how Polynesia came to be settled; the shape and contour of one ancient skull may provide a clue

Norwegian anthropologist Thor Heyerdahl travelled across the Pacific on the balsa raft Kon-Tiki to prove that the Pacific must have been settled from the Americas. Photograph: Hulton Getty

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