Largest object in the Classical Kuiper Belt and third largest dwarf planet, three quarters or as big as Pluto. Second apparent brightest Kuiper Belt object in the solar system, it escaped detection for a while due to its high inclined orbit and because it was at its furthest point when discovered. The only undetected Dwarf Planet that Clyde Thombough could have detected, though it was near the galactic plain at the time. Originally code named Easterbunny, officially named after a creator and fertility god of Easter Island in Hawaii. Located in the center of the Kuiper Belt. Reddish in color, surface likely composed of frozen methane. Has no moons.