Top 10 uninhabited islands

Maldives Desert Island: in the Indian Ocean are home to about 1,192 islands grouped into 26 coral atolls, but only 187 are inhabited by local Maldivian people.

Jaco Island:Lying just off the eastern end of the island of Timor, Jaco Island is a low-lying island with an area of 4.2 square miles and a maximum elevation of about 330 feet.

Antipodes Island:is one of the main islands of the New Zealand Outlying Islands. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Antipodes Island is a natural reserve and entry is extremely limited.

Ball’s Pyramid:Pyramid is a 1,844-foot high rock island named after Royal Navy Lieutenant Henry Lidgbird Ball, who reported discovering it in 1788.

Phoenix Islands:Part of the Republic of Kiribati, the Phoenix Islands is made up of eight atolls and two submerged coral reefs that lie in the central Pacific Ocean. 

Aldabra Atoll:The world’s second-largest coral atoll, Aldabra is one of the Outer Islands of Seychelles. It belongs to the Aldabra Group of Islands in the Indian Ocean.

Tetepare Island:With pristine rainforests and rich marine life, Tetepare Island is known as an area with high biodiversity and preservation values. Numerous bird, mammal, reptile.

Clipperton Island:overseas state private property of France Clipperton Island has had no permanent inhabitants since 1945.It is an uninhabited 2.3 sqr mile coral atoll in the eastern Pacific Ocean.

Devon Island:Located in Baffin Bay, Canada, Devon Island is the largest uninhabited island in the world. With an area of 21,331 square miles, it is also the 27th largest island in the world.

Okunoshima Island:Often called Rabbit Island because of the numerous rabbits that roam the island, Okunoshima Island is uninhabited by humans. It is a small island in the Inland Sea of Japan.

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