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Cuverville Island

Listed under Islands in Antarctica.

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Summer home to a rookery of rare Gentoo Penguins, this island is a rather desolate, dark rocky island in the iceberg laden Errera Channel off the Antarctic Peninsula. Here weather is rightly the most important topic of conversation in all seasons.

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