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Carcass Island, Falkland Islands : Stock Photo
Its name comes from the ship HMS Carcass, which surveyed the island in 1766. Sealing was a former major trade of the island, and remnants of it are still visible, such as old jetties and huts.

Carcass Island, Falkland Islands

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Its name comes from the ship HMS Carcass, which surveyed the island in 1766. Sealing was a former major trade of the island, and remnants of it are still visible, such as old jetties and huts.
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79472364
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Travel Ink
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Gallo Images
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