Australia-Oceania :: United States Pacific Island Wildlife Refuges
(territories of the US)
Jarvis Island is an uninhabited 4.5 sq km (1.75 sq mi) coral island located in the South Pacific Ocean. Unlike most coral atolls, the central lagoon on Jarvis is wholly dry; its deep guano deposits were mined for about 20 years during the 19th century. Image courtesy of NASA.
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