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  • Costa Rica's Cocos Island National Park, nicknamed "Shark Island," has what might be the highest concentration of sharks anywhere.

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  • This one named Irch can be found on Shark Island, sowing trees and spreading the Deku Tree's forest.

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  • They were just rounding Shark Island when someone spotted two sharks.

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  • The Nama descendents have in the past years erected a small memorial in honour of their slain people on Shark Island.

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  • "I owe it to our ancestors," said Fleermuis, whose grandmother survived internment on the Shark Island concentration camp.

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  • In the distance, Shark Island, now clothed with graceful palms, guarded the entrance to Safety Bay, the battery and flagstaff prominently visible on its crested rock.

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  • Full of anxiety, I readily complied with the boys 'desire to put off to Shark Island and discharge the guns; for who could tell what had been the result of the gale; perhaps the vessel had been driven upon the rocky shore, or, fearing such a fate, she had left the coast and weathered the storm out at sea; if so, she might never return.

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  • Quickly and easily he paddled himself across the bay toward Shark Island, whither we followed in one of our boats.

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  • Nautilus Bay and Cape Pug-Nose were in due time passed, however, and Shark Island hove in sight.

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  • Shark Island, where we placed the dainty little antelopes.

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