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Isla del Pescado
Bolivia

Isla del pescado, literally translated as the Fish Island, is not a far-off reflection on the geologic origin of it - a giant piece of ancient coral reef that has been petrified over eons.

Separated and stranded from more inhabitable lands, the fauna on it will probably become endemic just like the cast away species on thge more famous Galapagos do.

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Tags: isla del pescado; fish island; salar de uyuni; altiplano; bolivia
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