February 13, 2015

Campbell Island, New Zealand

Photograph by Douglas Gimesy, National Geographic Your Shot

No one lives on remote Campbell Island, a 44-square-mile piece of land 400 miles south of New Zealand. Though unsettled by humans, the island is extremely popular with birds—albatrosses come to the mountainous island in huge numbers every year to nest.

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