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11 days on the planet's youngest island

11 days on the planet's youngest island

(2:07) Millionaire explorer Ian Argus Stuart spent 11 days and nights completely alone on a new island that was born from the Hunga Tonga volcano eruption in December 2014. He was the first human to sleep on the remote land surviving on squid and seagull eggs. Scientists say that the island is unstable andcould sink back into the sea at any time. To be a castaway on the island, visit www.docastaway.com

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Tsuki Tsuki (1114 days ago)

I doubt there's much Sheba there. I'm not going.

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I doubt there's much Sheba there. I'm not going.

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Guest: Muttley ! heeeeeeeee (1108 days ago)
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I'm sure i saw a sheba tree on the hill ?

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I'm sure i saw a sheba tree on the hill ?

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