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A man and woman in a hammock at the bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
1116-41960 - A man and woman in a hammock at the bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
A man puts a flower in a woman's hair at the bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
1116-41964 - A man puts a flower in a woman's hair at the bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
A man and woman in a hammock at the bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
1116-41961 - A man and woman in a hammock at the bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
A man and woman hold hands and walk through the bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
1116-41963 - A man and woman hold hands and walk through the bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
The back of the heads of a man and woman the woman having a flower in her hair bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
1116-41962 - The back of the heads of a man and woman the woman having a flower in her hair bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
Traditionally dressed islanders, Yap Island, Caroline Islands, Micronesia, Oceania
832-381601 - Traditionally dressed islanders, Yap Island, Caroline Islands, Micronesia, Oceania
Traditionally dressed islanders making traditional art work, Yap Island, Caroline Islands, Micronesia, Oceania
832-381602 - Traditionally dressed islanders making traditional art work, Yap Island, Caroline Islands, Micronesia, Oceania
Bodyboarders catching waves at Makapu'u Beach; Waimanalo, Oahu, Hawaii, United States of America
1116-39611 - Bodyboarders catching waves at Makapu'u Beach; Waimanalo, Oahu, Hawaii, United States of America
Portrait of skier, Whitefish, Montana
1178-24598 - Portrait of skier, Whitefish, Montana
France, Brittany, Isle de Sein, Memorial commemorating the 128 islanders who fled imminent Nazi occupation by fishing boat to join the Free French Forces in England in 1940.
797-11493 - France, Brittany, Isle de Sein, Memorial commemorating the 128 islanders who fled imminent Nazi occupation by fishing boat to join the Free French Forces in England in 1940.
Elderly women in swimsuit taking their time in the sea, Koufonissi, Cyclades Islands, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe.
817-471745 - Elderly women in swimsuit taking their time in the sea, Koufonissi, Cyclades Islands, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe.
Men jumping from the rocks into the sea, Koufonissi, Cyclades Islands, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe.
817-471743 - Men jumping from the rocks into the sea, Koufonissi, Cyclades Islands, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe.
Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
817-464427 - Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
817-464428 - Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
817-464431 - Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
817-464429 - Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
Carnaval. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
817-464433 - Carnaval. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
817-464426 - Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting. Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Islander. Easter Island. Chile.
Three skiers going downhill
817-450579 - Three skiers going downhill
South Pacific islanders in traditional costumes at tribal gathering in Kiribati, Gilbert Islands, South Pacific
1161-7345 - South Pacific islanders in traditional costumes at tribal gathering in Kiribati, Gilbert Islands, South Pacific
South Pacific islander in native dress at traditional tribal ceremony  in Nauru, South Pacific
1161-7326 - South Pacific islander in native dress at traditional tribal ceremony in Nauru, South Pacific
South Pacific islanders at tribal gathering
1161-7304 - South Pacific islanders at tribal gathering
South Pacific islander in native dress at traditional tribal ceremony  in Honiara, Solomon Islands, South Pacific
1161-7340 - South Pacific islander in native dress at traditional tribal ceremony in Honiara, Solomon Islands, South Pacific
South Pacific islanders in traditional costumes at tribal gathering in Kiribati, Gilbert Islands, South Pacific
1161-7344 - South Pacific islanders in traditional costumes at tribal gathering in Kiribati, Gilbert Islands, South Pacific
South Pacific islanders climb a tree for a vantage point at tribal gathering in Kiribati, Gilbert Islands, South Pacific
1161-7346 - South Pacific islanders climb a tree for a vantage point at tribal gathering in Kiribati, Gilbert Islands, South Pacific
South Pacific islander in native dress at traditional tribal ceremony  in Honiara, Solomon Islands, South Pacific
1161-7339 - South Pacific islander in native dress at traditional tribal ceremony in Honiara, Solomon Islands, South Pacific
Fijian warriors faces painted black in the traditional manner while attending a tribal gathering in Fiji, South Pacific
1161-580 - Fijian warriors faces painted black in the traditional manner while attending a tribal gathering in Fiji, South Pacific
Woman at a Sing Sing tribal gathering, Papua New Guinea, South Pacific
1161-65 - Woman at a Sing Sing tribal gathering, Papua New Guinea, South Pacific
Man at a Sing Sing tribal gathering Papua New Guinea, South Pacific
1161-694 - Man at a Sing Sing tribal gathering Papua New Guinea, South Pacific
Fijian girl in Fiji, South Pacific
1161-1198 - Fijian girl in Fiji, South Pacific
Man at a Sing Sing tribal gathering Papua New Guinea, South Pacific
1161-476 - Man at a Sing Sing tribal gathering Papua New Guinea, South Pacific
Tribesman musicians wearing war paints, feathered headdresses and necklaces made of bones and teeth playing drums and chanting during  a gathering of tribes at Mount Hagen in Papua New Guinea
1161-477 - Tribesman musicians wearing war paints, feathered headdresses and necklaces made of bones and teeth playing drums and chanting during a gathering of tribes at Mount Hagen in Papua New Guinea
Fijian warriors with spears attending a tribal gathering in Fiji, South Pacific
1161-592 - Fijian warriors with spears attending a tribal gathering in Fiji, South Pacific
Tribesman wearing war paints and feathered headdress during  a gathering of tribes at Mount Hagen in Papua New Guinea
1161-660 - Tribesman wearing war paints and feathered headdress during a gathering of tribes at Mount Hagen in Papua New Guinea
A local woman walking while carrying a can on her head and a pot in her hand, Corfu Island, Greek Islands
1161-891 - A local woman walking while carrying a can on her head and a pot in her hand, Corfu Island, Greek Islands
Tribesman smoking a cigarette while wearing face paints and feathered headdress during  a gathering of tribes at Mount Hagen in Papua New Guinea
1161-744 - Tribesman smoking a cigarette while wearing face paints and feathered headdress during a gathering of tribes at Mount Hagen in Papua New Guinea
Fijian warrior withhis face painted in the traditional manner and wearing a breastplate while attending a tribal gathering in Fiji, South Pacific
1161-910 - Fijian warrior withhis face painted in the traditional manner and wearing a breastplate while attending a tribal gathering in Fiji, South Pacific
Small boys laughing together in a village settlement, Solomon Isles, South Pacific
1161-753 - Small boys laughing together in a village settlement, Solomon Isles, South Pacific
Local islanders practising traditional art work, Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
816-4678 - Local islanders practising traditional art work, Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
Old islander on the Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
816-4677 - Old islander on the Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
Old islander on the Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
816-4676 - Old islander on the Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
Traditionally dressed islanders posing for the camera, Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
816-4672 - Traditionally dressed islanders posing for the camera, Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
Local islanders practising traditional art work, Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
816-4675 - Local islanders practising traditional art work, Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
Traditionally dressed islanders posing for the camera, Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
816-4674 - Traditionally dressed islanders posing for the camera, Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
Traditionally dressed islanders posing for the camera, Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
816-4673 - Traditionally dressed islanders posing for the camera, Island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Pacific
Street Carnival in Santiago de Cuba
817-439842 - Street Carnival in Santiago de Cuba
Portrait of a Cuban with Rasta Hat
817-439839 - Portrait of a Cuban with Rasta Hat
French Polynesia, Tahiti, Huahine,Tahitian man with tattoos, view from side
1116-37453 - French Polynesia, Tahiti, Huahine,Tahitian man with tattoos, view from side
Fiji, Beautiful young local woman, wearing flower haku, close-up of face.
1116-33605 - Fiji, Beautiful young local woman, wearing flower haku, close-up of face.
Hawaii, Oahu, Lanikai, Lovely Hawaiian girl in haku and lei, laying on the beach.
1116-32465 - Hawaii, Oahu, Lanikai, Lovely Hawaiian girl in haku and lei, laying on the beach.
Fiji, Portrait of mature local woman in colorful dress.
1116-33602 - Fiji, Portrait of mature local woman in colorful dress.
Fisherman throwing net at sunset
1116-38096 - Fisherman throwing net at sunset
Hawaii, Oahu, Lanikai, Beautiful Hawaiian girl in haku and lei, laying on the beach.
1116-32463 - Hawaii, Oahu, Lanikai, Beautiful Hawaiian girl in haku and lei, laying on the beach.
Cuba children on a long bycicle havana
1188-327 - Cuba children on a long bycicle havana
Cuba classic cars before a rally havana
1188-273 - Cuba classic cars before a rally havana
Cuba classic cars before a rally havana
1188-128 - Cuba classic cars before a rally havana
Fiji archipelago consists of 322 islands of which 106 are inhabited Fijis main source of income is tourism
817-375303 - Fiji archipelago consists of 322 islands of which 106 are inhabited Fijis main source of income is tourism
Adult Striated Caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) in aerial display on New Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
979-7141 - Adult Striated Caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) in aerial display on New Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
Adult Striated Caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) in aerial display on New Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
979-4089 - Adult Striated Caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) in aerial display on New Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
The Striated Caracara, (Phalcoboenus australis) is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
979-4898 - The Striated Caracara, (Phalcoboenus australis) is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
The Striated Caracara, (Phalcoboenus australis) is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
979-4900 - The Striated Caracara, (Phalcoboenus australis) is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
The Striated Caracara, (Phalcoboenus australis) is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
979-4899 - The Striated Caracara, (Phalcoboenus australis) is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
Striated caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO This bird is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del Fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
979-9401 - Striated caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO This bird is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del Fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
Striated caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO This bird is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del Fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
979-9400 - Striated caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO This bird is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del Fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
The Striated Caracara, (Phalcoboenus australis) is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
979-4901 - The Striated Caracara, (Phalcoboenus australis) is a bird of prey of the Falconidae family. In the Falkland Islands it is known as Johnny Rook. It breeds in several islands in Tierra del fuego, but is more abundant in the Falklands where the population is estimated at 500 breeding pairs. The Striated Caracara is primarily a scavenger, feeding on carrion, offal and small invertebrates that it digs up with its claws. However it will also prey on weak or injured creatures, such as young seabirds. Its habit of attacking newborn lambs and weakened sheep has led it to be ruthlessly persecuted by sheep farmers. Over time, conflict with the sheep farmers has led to a great reduction in their numbers. This is now being corrected by the Falkland Islanders. Though it was once considered common in the Falklands archipelago, it now only nests in the outlying islands where it breeds around penguin and albatross colonies.
Carnaval, Tapati Rapa Nui festival, Islander, Easter Island, Chile.
817-42445 - Carnaval, Tapati Rapa Nui festival, Islander, Easter Island, Chile.
Islander, Anakena beach, Anakena, Easter Island, Chile.
817-42435 - Islander, Anakena beach, Anakena, Easter Island, Chile.
Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting, Tapati Rapa Nui festival, Islander, Easter Island, Chile.
817-42437 - Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting, Tapati Rapa Nui festival, Islander, Easter Island, Chile.
Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting, Tapati Rapa Nui festival, Islander, Easter Island, Chile.
817-42438 - Tau'a Rapa Nui triathlon, body painting, Tapati Rapa Nui festival, Islander, Easter Island, Chile.
Carnaval, Tapati Rapa Nui festival, Islander, Easter Island, Chile.
817-42448 - Carnaval, Tapati Rapa Nui festival, Islander, Easter Island, Chile.
Papua New Guinea, Long Island, Islander with turtle, black sand beach
632-1026 - Papua New Guinea, Long Island, Islander with turtle, black sand beach
Viking squadron, Lerwick, Mainland, Shetland Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe *** Local Caption *** The islanders are pround of their Norse ancestry.
770-344 - Viking squadron, Lerwick, Mainland, Shetland Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe *** Local Caption *** The islanders are pround of their Norse ancestry.
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