Today is International Day of Planet

International Day of Planet or Mother Earth Day is an annual event on April 22. Its aim is to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was held first time on April 22, 1970, and now it includes a wide range of events coordinated globally by EARTHDAY.ORG (formerly Earth Day Network)…

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Our blog on search engines

GREAT NEWS! Since we started a blog, we have been working a lot, to bring word about environmental protection on tropical islands... We presented a lot of islands so far, and, logically, some of those articles are visible on search engines such as Google and weaker, but still decent ones…

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Cyclone Seroja recently hit West Australia

As we already wrote an article about cyclone Seroja, which killed over 150 people (last data shows over 180) https://tropicalislands.net/over-150-people-died-in-cyclone-seroja/  it moved to the west coast of Australia as well. On April 11, 2021, a category 3 storm made landfall in Western Australia, causing significant damage to coastal towns and…

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Whole atoll on sale! Anuanurunga is on market

If you want to escape corona and lockups and have plenty of money, there is an atoll for you in the middle of the South Pacific. We just made a post about it https://tropicalislands.net/anuanurunga-atoll/ Atoll has been recently on the market. We regular mortals can only dream about it. Nice…

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Anuanurunga Atoll

Anuanurunga atoll is an uninhabited atoll in French Polynesia. It is part of the Duke of Gloucester Islands, a subgroup of the Tuamotu group. Anuanurunga's nearest neighbor is Nukutepipi, which is located about 22 km to the southeast. Anuanurunga is ring-shaped, measuring approximately 2,8kmx2,4km, total area of 7 km2. Its…

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Volcano Eruption in St Vincent

On 8 April 2021, after a sustained increase of seismic activities over few days, an alert was declared and an evacuation issued. An explosive eruption occurred at 8:41 AM local time on the following day, with an ash plume reaching 10 000 m and flying eastward towards the Atlantic ocean.…

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