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Carcass Island is the largest of the West Point Island Group of the Falkland Islands. It has been run as a sheep farm for over a century and is owned by R. P. McGill. The island's three heritage-listed buildings are a boathouse, shed, and store.] Its small settlement lying on Port Patterson on the southwest coast is also known for its gardens and has a small grocery shop.

Year: 2017

From album: Falkland Islands

Photographer: Peter Prokosch

Tags: African biodiversity Marine environment

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