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The enigmatic, now-extinct Falkland Islands wolf had human visitors on the remote archipelago up to 1,070 years ago.Ancient human visitors complicate the Falkland Islands wolf’s origin story|Jaime Chambers|October 27, 2021|Science News
Nixon said defending the two islands was “a matter of principle.”
In 1957, the islands came under repeated shelling by Mainland--or as it was then called, “Red”-- China.
During a debate, the candidates were asked about the islands.
The two islands are now tourist sites for visitors from Taiwan and mainland China.
Islands overrun by flawed people, both indigenous and imperialist.
Among the Japanese who are in the islands there are more than one thousand five hundred Christians.
In Cuba its culture commenced in 1580, and from this and the other islands large quantities were shipped to Europe.
And thou didst multiply riddles in parables: thy name went abroad to the islands far off, and thou wast beloved in thy peace.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
That, in the light of present conditions, is the most important thing for the necessary maintenance and defense of these islands.
During most seasons of the year the voyage from Macazar to the islands of Panay and the Pintados, or to this island, can be made.
British Dictionary definitions for Falkland Islands
Cultural definitions for Falkland Islands (1 of 2)
Islands in the south Atlantic Ocean located near Argentina but owned by Britain. Argentina, which has long claimed title to the islands and refers to them as Islas Malvinas, seized them in 1982, but Britain retook them after a brief war.