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By Carl86  
This was taken on a recent boat trip to this rock. Filfla is a very small island located 4km off the southern Maltese shores which was used as target practise by the British forces in the late 1800s until the mid 1900s. At a glance it may seem as a barren lifeless rock, however surprisingly it hosts a number of endemic flora and fauna which are found nowhere else in the world, not even on the neighbouring Malta/Gozo. It is also home to the largest Mediterranean colony of European Storm Petrels (Hydrobates pelagicus), an offshore seabird which breeds in the islet.

Tags: Islands General Digitally manipulated Digital art Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature Filfla

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 9:05AM
An interesting and informative narrative supported by a great image with wonderful clarity and colour.

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin

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