Pitcairn Islands

50 guys and some birds.

The Pitcairn Islands are a group of four volcanic islands in the southern Pacific Ocean. The islands are home to a total population of just over 50 people, making it one of the smallest inhabited countries in the world.

The Pitcairn Islands are best known as the home of the HMS Bounty mutineers, who settled on the island in 1790. The islands are also home to the world's oldest democracy, which was established in 1838.

The Pitcairn Islands are a popular tourist destination for those interested in history, wildlife, and relaxation. The islands are home to a variety of birds, including the world's largest colony of red-tailed tropicbirds. The Pitcairn Islands are also home to the world's only surviving population of the endangered Pitcairn sparrow. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities, including hiking, snorkeling, and bird watching.

The cuisine of the Pitcairn Islands is a blend of Polynesian and British influences. Popular dishes include fish and chips, curry, and roasted chicken. Pitcairn Island honey is also a popular tourist souvenir.

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