Heard Islands & Mc Donald Islands: The Remote IslandsHeard Islands & Mc Donald Islands are the islands located in Indian Ocean. The islands are the Antarctic Islands near Australia. The island has the coverage area of 368 sq km marked by absolute no human habitation. The entire island is covered by glaciers and is the remotest island with no inhabitants in there. The Mc Donald Island is in the west of Heard Island and the island is rocky. The islands experience Antarctic form of climate which is marked with strong winds and temperatures between 0- 4.2 degrees, averagely. The country is covered with grasses, mosses, liverworts and lichens grown in dispersed area all over the islands. The fauna found in these Islands includes various Seals and southern Elephant Seal. There are large numbers of nesting seabirds found in the island including Captrels, Kelp Gulls, Heard Shag and Antarctic terns.
Modes Of Commuting In The Islands
The commutation to the Islands could be made only through expeditions and mounting tours. The landing to the islands could be made through Mc Donald Island only.
The economic activity of these islands is completely zero as there is no habitation and hint of any substantial activities to be performed due to tough climatic conditions.