The Falklands penguins that would not explode – BBC News

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The minefields laid in the Falkland Islands were intended to kill or mutilate British soldiers, but over the last 35 times they have become de facto nature reserves for penguins. For better or worse, however, the time has now come for their home to be demined, reports Matthew Teller.

I’m following a crunching gravel direction has already led over a headland.

To one slope elongates a sweeping curve of white-hot sand, backed by tussocky dunes, the coarse grass mixed with a low-growing plant bearing tartly sweetened blood-red berries that the locals announce diddle-dee.

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