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Thailand – Surin Islands

http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20140319-where-sea-gypsies-settle

Rugged but rewarding

Despite their remoteness, Thailand’s five small Surin Islands are home to an array of residents. Pig-tailed macaque monkeys, flying foxes and water monitor lizards crawl the jungle-covered hills. Below the water’s surface hide extensive coral reefs and marine life, including sea turtles, clown fish and anemones

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