Ducie Island

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About Ducie Island
Ducie Island is an uninhabited atoll in the Pitcairn Islands in the South Pacific Ocean.

The atoll is populated by several species of birds, fish and reptiles, which makes it a good place for nature lovers.

Ducie Island is well known for the seabirds that breed there including Red-billed Tropicbird, Red-tailed Tropicbird, Fairy Tern, Great Frigatebird and Red-footed Booby. A number of gull species, including the Sooty Tern, Blue Noddy, Lesser Noddy and White Tern, have also been recorded. The island is particularly important for Murphy's Petrel, as more than 90% of its world population breeds on Ducie

There are around 138 fish species in the lagoon and it is noted for its poisonous fish and dangerous sharks.
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There are no permanent inhabitants here.
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