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Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-227 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos chlororhynchos) adult bird taking off. Off the Island of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean.
917-369 - Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos chlororhynchos) adult bird taking off. Off the Island of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean.
Northern Rockhopper Penguins, Eudyptes moseleyi, endangered, endemic to the Tristan Da Cunha island group, taken from a Zodiac at Gough Island (landing is not allowed on Gough Island itself), South Atlantic Ocean.
917-276 - Northern Rockhopper Penguins, Eudyptes moseleyi, endangered, endemic to the Tristan Da Cunha island group, taken from a Zodiac at Gough Island (landing is not allowed on Gough Island itself), South Atlantic Ocean.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-230 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-228 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air leaving a water trail behind it, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-231 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air leaving a water trail behind it, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-229 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Sub-Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus tropicalis) on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the southern Atlantic Ocean. Note the lighter face and pelage than that of the Antarctic fur seal.
979-1211 - Sub-Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus tropicalis) on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the southern Atlantic Ocean. Note the lighter face and pelage than that of the Antarctic fur seal.
Adult rockhopper penguin (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) going through a catastrophic molt on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
979-1690 - Adult rockhopper penguin (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) going through a catastrophic molt on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
979-1819 - Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing near a Great Shearwater in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
979-1823 - Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing near a Great Shearwater in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
Young rockhopper penguin (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) molting on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
979-1691 - Young rockhopper penguin (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) molting on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
View of the volcanic shoreline on Tristan da Cunha, "the most remote inhabited location on Earth", South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO The Tristan da Cunha Island Group is administered by the United Kingdom as part of the overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. This island was discovered in 1506 by Tristao da Cunha. The one and only town is called Edinburgh of the Seven Seas.
979-9448 - View of the volcanic shoreline on Tristan da Cunha, "the most remote inhabited location on Earth", South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO The Tristan da Cunha Island Group is administered by the United Kingdom as part of the overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. This island was discovered in 1506 by Tristao da Cunha. The one and only town is called Edinburgh of the Seven Seas.
Adult rockhopper penguin (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) "hopping" on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
979-1689 - Adult rockhopper penguin (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) "hopping" on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
979-1818 - Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
979-1820 - Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
View of Tristan da Cunha, "the most remote inhabited location on Earth", South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO The Tristan da Cunha Island Group is administered by the United Kingdom as part of the overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. This island was discovered in 1506 by Tristao da Cunha. The one and only town is called Edinburgh of the Seven Seas.
979-9429 - View of Tristan da Cunha, "the most remote inhabited location on Earth", South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO The Tristan da Cunha Island Group is administered by the United Kingdom as part of the overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. This island was discovered in 1506 by Tristao da Cunha. The one and only town is called Edinburgh of the Seven Seas.
Adult spectacled petrel (Procellaria conspicillata) on the wing in the waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the Southern Atlantic Ocean.
979-1738 - Adult spectacled petrel (Procellaria conspicillata) on the wing in the waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the Southern Atlantic Ocean.
Adult rockhopper penguin (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
979-1687 - Adult rockhopper penguin (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
Adult rockhopper penguins (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
979-1692 - Adult rockhopper penguins (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
View from the trail of Diana's Peak National Park on Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO Saint Helena is administered by the United Kingdom as part of the overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. In October 1815 the British Government selected Saint Helena as the place of detention for Napoleon Bonaparte at Longwood House. He died there on May 5, 1821. Saint Helena is now Britain's second oldest colony after Bermuda. The population of Saint Helena is around 4,255 (2008).
979-9446 - View from the trail of Diana's Peak National Park on Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO Saint Helena is administered by the United Kingdom as part of the overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. In October 1815 the British Government selected Saint Helena as the place of detention for Napoleon Bonaparte at Longwood House. He died there on May 5, 1821. Saint Helena is now Britain's second oldest colony after Bermuda. The population of Saint Helena is around 4,255 (2008).
View of Tristan da Cunha, "the most remote inhabited location on Earth", South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO The Tristan da Cunha Island Group is administered by the United Kingdom as part of the overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. This island was discovered in 1506 by Tristao da Cunha. The one and only town is called Edinburgh of the Seven Seas.
979-9447 - View of Tristan da Cunha, "the most remote inhabited location on Earth", South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO The Tristan da Cunha Island Group is administered by the United Kingdom as part of the overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. This island was discovered in 1506 by Tristao da Cunha. The one and only town is called Edinburgh of the Seven Seas.
Approaching the island of Tristan da Cunha from the south, claimed to be the most remote inhabited island in the world.
979-2548 - Approaching the island of Tristan da Cunha from the south, claimed to be the most remote inhabited island in the world.
Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
979-1821 - Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
Adult Great Shearwater (Puffinus gravis) on the wing in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, Soauth Atlantic Ocean.
979-1769 - Adult Great Shearwater (Puffinus gravis) on the wing in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, Soauth Atlantic Ocean.
Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
979-1822 - Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
Adult Great Shearwater (Puffinus gravis) on the wing in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, Soauth Atlantic Ocean.
979-1770 - Adult Great Shearwater (Puffinus gravis) on the wing in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, Soauth Atlantic Ocean.
Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
979-1817 - Adult yellow-nosed albatross (Thalassarche chlororhynchos) on the wing in the oceanic waters surrounding the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the South Atlantic Ocean.
Adult rockhopper penguins (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) "hopping" on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
979-1688 - Adult rockhopper penguins (Eudyptes chrysocome moseleyi) "hopping" on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group, South Atlantic Ocean. This sub-species of rockhopper penguin is endemic to the Tristan da Cunha Island Group. Rockhopper penguins are the smallest of all of the crested penguins worldwide.
Sub-Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus tropicalis) on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the southern Atlantic Ocean. Note the lighter face and pelage than that of the Antarctic fur seal.
979-1210 - Sub-Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus tropicalis) on Nightingale Island in the Tristan da Cunha Island Group in the southern Atlantic Ocean. Note the lighter face and pelage than that of the Antarctic fur seal.
TRISTAN DA CUNHA  Communication Sign with Welcome to the Loneliest Island written on it next to a direction sign post Tristan da Cunha is a group of remote islands in the south Atlantic Ocean. It is a dependency of the British overseas territory of Saint Helena
797-3367 - TRISTAN DA CUNHA Communication Sign with Welcome to the Loneliest Island written on it next to a direction sign post Tristan da Cunha is a group of remote islands in the south Atlantic Ocean. It is a dependency of the British overseas territory of Saint Helena
Gough Island, Tristan da Cunha group, Mid Atlantic
197-5238 - Gough Island, Tristan da Cunha group, Mid Atlantic
Pastures near settlement of Edinburgh, Tristan da Cunha, mid-Atlantic
197-4867 - Pastures near settlement of Edinburgh, Tristan da Cunha, mid-Atlantic
Edinburgh settlement and the 1961 volcanic cone, Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
197-4860 - Edinburgh settlement and the 1961 volcanic cone, Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
Fishing boats on Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
197-4832 - Fishing boats on Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
The settlement from the 1961 volcanic cone, with the ocean in the background, Edinburgh, Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
197-4863 - The settlement from the 1961 volcanic cone, with the ocean in the background, Edinburgh, Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
Grass topped cliffs along the north west coast between the settlement of Edinburgh and potato patches, on Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
197-4913 - Grass topped cliffs along the north west coast between the settlement of Edinburgh and potato patches, on Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
Yellow-nosed albatross, Gough Island, Tristan da Cunha Group, South Atlantic
197-5241 - Yellow-nosed albatross, Gough Island, Tristan da Cunha Group, South Atlantic
Cottage and garden gate, Edinburgh, Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
197-4849 - Cottage and garden gate, Edinburgh, Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
Quest Bay, Gough Island, Tristan da Cunha Group, South Atlantic
197-5239 - Quest Bay, Gough Island, Tristan da Cunha Group, South Atlantic
Stone walls divide potato patches, two miles south of settlement, on Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
197-4844 - Stone walls divide potato patches, two miles south of settlement, on Tristan da Cunha, Mid Atlantic
Edinburgh, taken from 1961 volcanic eruption centre, Tristan da Cunha, Atlantic Ocean, Mid Atlantic
197-4859 - Edinburgh, taken from 1961 volcanic eruption centre, Tristan da Cunha, Atlantic Ocean, Mid Atlantic
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