Wonders of Clipperton Island
This remote, small atoll is an overseas state private property of France. It does not offer much interesting to its rare visitors.
Atoll is enclosed, with a freshwater lagoon in the middle. No fish lives in this lagoon. In the lagoon live millions of freshwater isopods which can bite swimmers.
On the island and in the surrounding seas live several endemic species of animals, such as skink Emoia arundeli, centipede Cryptops navigans, the valuable collectors fish – Clipperton Angelfish (Holacanthus limbaughi) and others.
Map with the described wonders
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Top wonders of Clipperton Island
Rock that rises 29 m tall above the uninhabited, low lying island.
A “crater” in the southern part of freshwater lagoon. This “bottomless” (a bit more than 35 m deep) pit contains acidic water at its base. This small lake is dangerous to divers: here live millions of freshwater isopods that can bite swimmers.
This book is about pirates and their treasure, and the islands visited in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Little has been known or written, about these early day ships, and the scoundrels that sailed them. Pirates, of course, were known throughout the world in such places as the Caribbean, Atlantic shores of America, Mediterranean Sea, Africa, and Western Pacific, and much as been written about them, including many movies, but very little about the Pacific shores of New Spain, in North and South America.