Gough Island, United Kingdom

The outstanding scenery of Gough Island arises from its great diversity of rock type and land form within its small total area of about 32 square miles. Only two land birds - a little "bunting" and a land rail - occur on the island. No land animals belong there.

However the island is rich in sea birds, especially Albatrosses and sea mammals including fur and elephant seals.

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