Big Major Cay is an uninhabited island in the Bahamas, which is better known as the Pig Beach. The feral pigs love swimming around in the crystal blue sea. They are friendly, and can eat pretty much anything that tourists have to offer.
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Tashirojima is an island in Japan which has a population of less than 100 humans. However, the cat population on the island is exponentially larger, as residents started taking care of stray cats with the belief that felines brought good fortune. The island is a popular tourist destination for cat lovers the world over.
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Tourists will find millions of adorable rabbits call Okunoshima home on this island. The fluffy creatures love to play with the humans and are very cute.
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Wild deer roam free in the Deer Town in Japan, as the locals believe that they're symbols of good luck. The hoofed beauties have roamed these lands for hundreds of years.
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The wild lemurs are exclusive to Madagascar. These creatures have inhabited the island for 65 million years.
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Situated in the Northeastern United States, this island is inhabited by people yet they live along with wild, galloping horses. The horses are looked after by the state agencies in Maryland and Virginia, and they attract thousands of tourists every year.
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These bright red crabs live in Australia. At one time, 43.7 million of these things lived on the small island, and then the introduction of yellow ants to the area has significantly thinned crab populations.
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The unpopulated island is part of Beaufort County, South Carolina. It is one of the few rhesus monkey sanctuaries in the States. Few studies have been done on the island, although various organizations have tried to meddle in the affairs of these primates.
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That is a small island off the coast of Sao Paulo, home to thousands of golden lance head vipers - the most poisonous snakes in the world. If you travel here and accidentally get bitten, you won't make it to the hospital alive.
After a testing lab shut down some years ago, its chimpanzee subjects moved to an island in the Farmington River to live out the rest of their days. Then these beautiful creatures had babies that will never have to endure what they went through.
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That is an uninhabited island between New Zealand and Antarctica and is home to the royal penguin population during nesting season. The area survived earthquakes, bouts of oil exploration, and other intrusions before being declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1933.