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Much of Florida's southwest coast is uninhabited swampland, including a large section of Everglades National Park.
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.
The Pacific Remote Islands National Marine Monument and the Rose Atoll National Marine Monument protect the waters around a handful of islands, most uninhabited, to the south of the Hawaii Islands.
Yet the 30-minute voyage to this marquee isle of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge is a time-peeler, a rare opportunity to experience an uninhabited 5,000-acre world as organic as what colonial explorers encountered.
Today the islands of Kiska and Attu are entirely uninhabited by people and are part of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge.
Some 575 miles southeast of Miami, this British territory is comprised of seven main islands and about 40 small islands and uninhabited cays, with most of the country’s population of 52,570 living on Providenciales and Grand Turk.
To be sure, there was no place near Germany that was uninhabited or even underpopulated.
Most of the land was uninhabited, and most of the lakes unfished; the brook trout would never have seen an artificial fly.
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- an uninhabited island
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