Aldabra Atoll, an untouchable island

The ecology and history of one of the largest atolls in the world. Aldabra, situated in the South West Indian Ocean, supports the largest population of giant tortoises worldwide. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is a stronghold for wildlife in a region that is besieged by threats.

April Jasmine Burt is a member of The Queen’s College and associate of the Seychelles Islands Foundation.

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