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© T. Jacobsen
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Shag Rocks, Islas Aurora in Spanish are 6 small islands west of South Georgia, home to nesting Imperial Cormorants. Sub antarctica
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Shag Rocks, Islas Aurora in Spanish are 6 small islands west of South Georgia, home to nesting Imperial Cormorants. Sub antarctica
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© T. Jacobsen
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Wandering Albatross fly close to Shag Rocks, Islas Aurora in Spanish. 6 small islands west of South Georgia, home to nesting Imperial Cormorants. Sub antarctica
ANT1934-04
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-04
One of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean is Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Blue Eyed Shags.
ANT1934-05
© B&C Alexander
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Peak of one of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean. Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Imperial Shags.
ANT1934-06
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-06
Peak of one of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean. Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Imperial Shags.
ANT1934-07
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-07
Peak of one of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean. Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Imperial Shags.
ANT1934-08
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-08
Peak of one of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean. Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Imperial Shags.
ANT1934-09
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-09
Peak of one of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean. Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Imperial Shags.
ANT1934-10
© B&C Alexander
ANT1934-10
One of the most inaccesible places in the Southern Ocean is Shag Rocks, covered in lots of Blue Eyed Shags.
  

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