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The seaplane flew at an altitude of 500 feet, below the clouds and just above the trees — low enough to spot beluga whales lounging in the bay, and moose on the wide, green, uninhabited expanse that is most of Alaska.
Much of Florida's southwest coast is uninhabited swampland, including a large section of Everglades National Park.
Aldabra is uninhabited, so the tortoises don't have to worry about people messing up their strange little atoll.
This year, the government even debated a plan to confine all Rohingya refugees on a flood-prone uninhabited island.
At an automated weather station in a desert wasteland called Mitribah, in the country’s uninhabited North, the maximum temperature hovered around 114 degrees.
Why: Santa Cruz Island offers an undeveloped, virtually uninhabited wilderness with staggering scenery and biodiversity that might make Charles Darwin weep.
Under construction north of Frontierland, Galaxy’s Edge takes up the former home of Big Thunder Ranch, some backstage workshops, and the uninhabited top third of Tom Sawyer Island.
Though its tempting to stay resort-side, take the time for a boat trip through the mangroves of Kilim River and the pristine, uninhabited outlying islands.
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- an uninhabited island
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