Strange Islands

It's about the most strange, isolated and unusual islands in the World


Deadly Snake Island

Brazil, PeruĂ­be

No humans allowed to the deadly Snake Island No humans are allowed on Snake Island and with good reason. There's about one lethal snake per square foot on it. About 25 miles off the coast of Brazil, there is an island where no regional would ever dare tread. Legend has it that the last angler who wandered off too near its coasts was discovered days later adrift in his own boat, lifeless in a swimming pool of blood. The strange island is known as Ilha da Queimada Grande, and it remains in reality so hazardous to set foot there

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Isla Coiba - Devil's Island by Panama

PA, Coiba

Reference Isla Coiba to the average Panamanian and cherished marine park and plentiful environment are probably not the image that pops into their mind. For modern-day citizens of Panama, stories, and memories of jail time, torture and death are more like to occur. Coiba Island was Panama's variation of Devil's Island. From 1919 to 2004, the chastening nest on Isla Coiba was home to the country's most hazardous crooks along with house to lots of who discovered themselves on the wrong side of the political battle. At its peak,

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