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Here are a few images from the historic and remote Juan Fernandez Islands, located 390 miles west of Central Chile:

Approaching Robinson Crusoe Island; the only landing site is at the far (west) end of the island - the small island of Santa Clara lies just 800 yards beyond (visible on left side of photo):

The endemic Juan Fernandez Tit-Tyrant:

The endemic Juan Fernandez Firecrown (female left; male right):