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French Frigate Shoals

Thursday, 28th April 2005 by

Updated To the West of Hawaii there’s the French Frigate Shoals, which look a lot like a Giant Pacific Alien Dolphin Thing. The dolphin shape is actually a number of small islands, one of which has been enlarged to create an airstrip. Thanks: mathematizer & danny

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