The Youngest Island on Earth

Man spends 11 nights on the world’s newest island, a volcanic blob in Tonga that will soon sink back into the ocean. He survived on seagull eggs and squid. Ian Argus Stuart spent 11 nights completely alone on Hunga Tonga, a new island emerged 5 months ago in the middle of the ocean. This 65 year old voluntary castaway has been the first human to sleep on this piece of land that very soon will disappear back into the ocean (experts said). He managed to survive from nature with extremely limited resources.

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