Traveling Luck for French Southern Territories
French Southern Territories, Antarctica
French Southern and Antarctic Lands is located in southeast of Africa, islands in the southern Indian Ocean, about equidistant between Africa, Antarctica, and Australia; note - French Southern and Antarctic Lands include Ile Amsterdam, Ile Saint-Paul, Iles Crozet, and Iles Kerguelen in the southern Indian Ocean, along with the French-claimed sector of Antarctica, "Adelie Land"; the US does not recognize the French claim to "Adelie Land".
Land in French Southern and Antarctic Lands is volcanic.
land covers an area of 7829 square kilometers which is slightly less than 1.3 times the size of Delaware
As for the climate; antarctic.
Places of note in French Southern Territories
Regions of French Southern Territories
The Southern Lands consist of two archipelagos, Iles Crozet and Iles Kerguelen, and two volcanic islands, Ile Amsterdam and Ile Saint-Paul. They contain no permanent inhabitants and are visited only by researchers studying the native fauna. The Antarctic portion consists of "Adelie Land," a thin slice of the Antarctic continent discovered and claimed by the French in 1840.
Economic activity is limited to servicing meteorological and geophysical research stations and French and other fishing fleets. The fish catches landed on Iles Kerguelen by foreign ships are exported to France and Reunion.
natural resources include fish, crayfish
islands component is widely scattered across remote locations in the southern Indian Ocean
religion is null.
Natural hazards in French Southern and Antarctic Lands include Ile Amsterdam and Ile Saint-Paul are extinct volcanoes.