Scientists Discovered A Skin-Crawling Secret That This Strange Island Had Concealed For 80 Years
To the unassuming traveler, the Lord Howe Island Group probably looks like a tropical paradise. And while it’s true that the lush forests, beaches and coral reef are something of a haven, there’s more to these Australian islands than first meets the eye. Indeed, one particular isle has been harboring a decades-old, skin-crawling secret that was left undiscovered for over 80 years.
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Scientists Discovered A Skin Crawling Secret That This Strange Island Had Concealed For 80 Years
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