Vidéo de stock - Aldabra is a group of four small coral islands in the Indian Ocean, located in Seychelles, about 400 miles east of mainland Africa. With an area of about 35 square miles, the islands are home to various wildlife, including rare tortoises and birds. The Aldabra Atoll is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the islands are part of the Aldabra Group National Park, which was established in 1998. The islands are also home to a large population of land hermit crabs, including coconut or robber crabs, which are abundant in the mangroves and around the shorelines.

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