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The Bounty Islands Flag for New Zealand
The Bounty Islands are New Zealand and are made up of 13 major islands in the South Pacific, not to be mistaken for Bounty Island. Accordingly, this banner has 13 strips. It has three large scarlet strips, four large bluish strips and six thin whitish strips. Actually, the lettering is fimbration around the eras.
The red New Zealand star, which has a red fimbrium, is used for this purpose. They are also anti-podes for Europe, near Boulle-Mernard France. It is another chance that these small island were found in the same year that the United States became a legitimate country under the Constitution in 1788. The Bounty Island flags have a certain similarity to their on and above Northern Bounty Islanders.
Robbs and Pinguins, Bounty Island - Sub-Antarctic Archipelago - Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand
Peltseals and upright Penguines are grouped on one of the Bounty-Island. Its surfaces are jagged granitic rocks with almost no vegetation. The article has been made available for personal use ( "school projects", research on families and homeland ) and any publication (printed or electronic) may violate copyrights.
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Bounty Islands | Dive Magazine
The Bounty Islands have no diving shops. The Bounty Islands are teeming with people. â Battery-powered sharkshields, which generate an electric current around the scuba diver, were used and superficial floating was reduced to a bare essentials to avoid unacceptable disturbances of the underwater world. Some years ago a scuba diving ship was assaulted by a sharks on Campbell Island â" there are 20,000 seal on the bounties â" and there is a big difference why you never see them all in the ocean at once,â he said.
The visibility was usually 30 â" 40 meters on the steep cliffs and there were no crawfish, small quantities of small virginias and few wet fish. Scuba diver used a quadratic aluminum framework with a one-sided mount submarine cam which is pushed against the rocks to photograph one sqm.
Tiama took her anchors from the cliffy seabed after three nights and nine +/- 30 minutes of diving on the Bounty Islands and made her way to the antipodes, 222 km southwards. From the Bounty's low granitic outskirts to the rising larvae of the antipode, which are dominated by felted turf and sock.
On the first part of the trip, we will explore several places on the Windward Islands and a major island in Southay. Seaweed long strands and antipod cop seaweed endemics swayed back and forth with the ubiquitous sweep of the Southern Ocean. At 860 km from Bluff, the sea is 7-8o Celsius and the curious seal that annoyed the bounty scuba diver is missing, although a group of puppies running across the cove to go to a place near Leeward Island to learn how to game.
The two Albatros explorers have stayed six week in a cabin on the island, but otherwise the landings are only possible with permission of the docking station and the number of tourists is seldom. âThere is a greater distinction between the locations at the antipodes â" the Bounties have more infertile areas dotted with small areas of unbelievably plentiful alcove habitats â" but there is a broader distribution of bird populations here,â Smith cited.
Once again, scuba diving reports on the number of gastropodes, snails and mussels, but no crawfish and few coastal wet fish.