Arquipelago Sao Pedro e Sao Paulo

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A brown boody bird flies surrounded by others on September 29, 2008... News PhotoAtlantic Islands,Brazil,Dakar,Environmental Conservation,Environmental Issues,Fernando De Noronha,Horizontal,Nature,Navy,North Atlantic Ocean,Pernambuco State,Senegal,SurroundingPhotographer Collection: Globo 2008 GloboARQUIPELAGO DE SAO PEDRO E SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 29: (BRAZIL OUT) A brown boody bird flies surrounded by others on September 29, 2008 in Arquipelago Sao Pedro and Sao Paulo, Brazil. The Saint Peter and Saint Paul archipelago is a group of 15 small islands and rocks in the North Atlantic Ocean between Africa and South America, the 1100 km from Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, and 1800 km from Dakar, Senegal, It lies in the Intertropical Convergence Zone, a region of severe storms. The archipelago is controlled by the Brazilian Navy, which maintains the Estação Científica do Arquipélago de São Pedro e São Paulo (ECASPSP), a scientific station. (Photo by Simone Marinho/Globo via Getty Images)