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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Flic-en-Flac, Riviere Noire (Black River), West Coast, Mauritius

Flic-en-Flac, Riviere Noire (Black River), West Coast, Mauritius

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Aerial view of Tamarina golf course during the sunset

Aerial view of Tamarina golf course during the sunset. Tamarin, Black River (Riviere Noir), Mauritius, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mauritius Church, Appenzell, Switzerland

Mauritius Church, Appenzell, Switzerland

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Raphus cucullatus, dodo

Raphus cucullatus, dodo
Plate 1 from Memoirs on the Dodo by Sir Richard Owen, 1866

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sugar Beach resort, Flic-en-Flac, Riviare Noire (Black River), West Coast, Mauritius

Sugar Beach resort, Flic-en-Flac, Riviare Noire (Black River), West Coast, Mauritius
Sugar Beach resort, Flic-en-Flac, RiviAre Noire (Black River), West Coast, Mauritius

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mauritian Dodo (Raphus cucullatus), compact bird with curved, brown bill and brown feet, side view

Mauritian Dodo (Raphus cucullatus), compact bird with curved, brown bill and brown feet, side view

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sun loungers on the beach and Mont Brabant (Le Morne Brabant), UNESCO World Heritage Site

Sun loungers on the beach and Mont Brabant (Le Morne Brabant), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mauritius, Indian Ocean

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Raphus cucullatus, dodo

Raphus cucullatus, dodo
A mounted specimen of the extinct flightless bird, the dodo (Raphus cucullatus). The dodo lived on the island of Mauritius and became extinct during the late 1600s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Small fishing boats in the turquoise sea, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Small fishing boats in the turquoise sea, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The bay and beach of Grand Baie, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

The bay and beach of Grand Baie, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mauritius, scenic in the North West region of the island

Mauritius, scenic in the North West region of the island

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Wine glasses in front of the pool of the Beachcomber Le Paradis, Mauritius

Wine glasses in front of the pool of the Beachcomber Le Paradis, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Beach, Cap Malheureux

Beach, Cap Malheureux, Mauritius

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mauritius triggerfish, unicorn leatherjacket

Mauritius triggerfish, unicorn leatherjacket
Mauritius triggerfish, Rhinecanthus cinereus, unicorn leatherjacket, Aluterus monoceros, and planehead filefish, Stephanolepis hispidus

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Palm tree on tropical beach during sunset, Le Morne Brabant, Black River district

Palm tree on tropical beach during sunset, Le Morne Brabant, Black River district, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Aerial view of Le Morne Brabant and the Underwater Waterfall optical illusion

Aerial view of Le Morne Brabant and the Underwater Waterfall optical illusion and natural phenomena, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sugarcane plants in Mauritius, Africa

Sugarcane plants in Mauritius, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mauritius - Pieter Both Mountain

Mauritius - Pieter Both Mountain
Pieter Both - the second highest mountain of Mauritius - named after Pieter Both, the first Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: aerial view of Ile aux Cerfs in winter time, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

aerial view of Ile aux Cerfs in winter time, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: colorful fish and palm trees, a magical Mauritian mix, at Le Morne in the south coast

colorful fish and palm trees, a magical Mauritian mix, at Le Morne in the south coast, Unesco World Heritage Site, Mauritius

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A group of Dodo birds crossing a natural bridge over a stream

A group of Dodo birds crossing a natural bridge over a stream

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Coconuts -Cocos nucifera- growing on tree, Mauritius

Coconuts -Cocos nucifera- growing on tree, Mauritius

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Idyllic beach scene with blue sky, aquamarine sea and soft sand, Ile Aux Cerfs, Mauritius

Idyllic beach scene with blue sky, aquamarine sea and soft sand, Ile Aux Cerfs, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20049133

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MAURITIUS Sunset Beach with palm trees back lit by setting sun

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Aerial by drone of boats in the turquoise water of lagoon front of Mont Choisy beach

Aerial by drone of boats in the turquoise water of lagoon front of Mont Choisy beach, north-west coast, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The swimming pool of the Beachcomber Paradis Hotel, Le Morne Brabant Peninsula, Black

The swimming pool of the Beachcomber Paradis Hotel, Le Morne Brabant Peninsula, Black River (Riviere Noire), Mauritius (PR)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Rodriguez fruit bat hanging upside down from branch, Mauritius, close-up

Rodriguez fruit bat hanging upside down from branch, Mauritius, close-up

Background imageRelated Images Collection: One with Britain, Heart and Soul, One Life, One Flag, One Throne, Tennyson (engraving)

One with Britain, Heart and Soul, One Life, One Flag, One Throne, Tennyson (engraving)
1039708 One with Britain, Heart and Soul, One Life, One Flag, One Throne, Tennyson (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: One with Britain, Heart and Soul)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: View of the 8000 ton Royal Navy Mauritius class cruiser HMS Nigeria

View of the 8000 ton Royal Navy Mauritius class cruiser HMS Nigeria, during the Second World War. January 1942

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Aerial view of mountain overlooking the ocean, Le Morne Brabant peninsula

Aerial view of mountain overlooking the ocean, Le Morne Brabant peninsula, Black River district, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Dodo and guinea pig, 1750. Artist: George Edwards

Dodo and guinea pig, 1750. Artist: George Edwards
Dodo and guinea pig, 1750. A dodo - Didus ineptus, an extinct flightless bird from Mauritius and a guinea pig - Cavia porcellus, a rodent native to South America

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Rochester Falls, Souillac, Savanne, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Rochester Falls, Souillac, Savanne, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Swimming pool of the Beachcomber Le Paradis five star hotel, Mauritius

Swimming pool of the Beachcomber Le Paradis five star hotel, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool, Maritim Hotel, Mauritius

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Turquoise coral reef meeting the blue Indian Ocean, aerial view by drone, Ile Aux Cerfs

Turquoise coral reef meeting the blue Indian Ocean, aerial view by drone, Ile Aux Cerfs, Flacq district, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Dodo - profile and rear studies

Dodo - profile and rear studies
Two studies of the Dodo (Raphus cucullatus) - a flightless bird endemic to the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius, extinct since the mid-to-late 17th century

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Notre Dame Auxiliatrice Church

Notre Dame Auxiliatrice Church, Cape Malheureux, Mauritius, Indian Ocean

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Naval battle of Grand Port, Mauritius, in 1810 (litho)

Naval battle of Grand Port, Mauritius, in 1810 (litho)
XIR382372 Naval battle of Grand Port, Mauritius, in 1810 (litho) by Lebreton, Louis (1818-66) (after); Musee de la Marine, Paris, France; (add.info.: bataille navale de Grand Port)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Wooden jetty with boats tied to it stretching out into the Indian Ocean off an idyllic beach

Wooden jetty with boats tied to it stretching out into the Indian Ocean off an idyllic beach on Ile Aux Cerfs, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Raphus cucullatus, dodo

Raphus cucullatus, dodo
A mounted specimen of the extinct flightless bird, the dodo (Raphus cucullatus). The dodo lived on the island of Mauritius and became extinct during the late 1600s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Silhouettes of parasols on the beach at dusk

Silhouettes of parasols on the beach at dusk, Maritim Hotel, island of Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: St. Geran, Mauritius

St. Geran, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Aerial view over Le Morne Brabant Peninsula, Black River (Riviere Noire), West Coast

Aerial view over Le Morne Brabant Peninsula, Black River (Riviere Noire), West Coast, Mauritius, Indian Ocean

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mauritius, Southern Mauritius

Mauritius, Southern Mauritius, Aerial view of Blue Bay hotel area

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Dodo, Raphus cucullatus

Dodo, Raphus cucullatus.. Lithograph after an illustration by J. Smit from H. N. Hutchinsons Extinct Monsters and Creatures of Other Days, Chapman and Hall, London, 1894

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Turquoise sea and white palm fringed beach, Le Morne, Black River, Mauritius, Indian Ocean

Turquoise sea and white palm fringed beach, Le Morne, Black River, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: View of idyllic Belle Mare Beach showing blue sky, soft sand

View of idyllic Belle Mare Beach showing blue sky, soft sand and the aquamarine sea of the Indian Ocean, near Centre De Flacq on the east coast of Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: White sand beach of the five star hotel Le Paradis, with Le Morne Brabant in the background

White sand beach of the five star hotel Le Paradis, with Le Morne Brabant in the background, Mauritius, Indian Ocean, Africa



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