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The southernmost island in the archipelago, Espanola is basically uninhabitable for humans because there is no fresh water source. It is a haven for seabirds and is famous for its waved albatross community, found on the island from late March to early December. Among the many sights of this island is Punta Suarez, a rocky point of land where various colonies of sea birds and other fauna can be observed. Many of the birds here are indigenous to the area, and can only be seen in the Galapagos Islands. The Bahia Gardner is a beautiful beach on the island, offering an excellent opportunity to relax and swim.
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