A whale skeleton on Saunders Island.
A whale jaw arch in the courtyard of the church in Stanley.
Imagine tall grass in rolling fields that abruptly drops a few hundred feet to the ocean. It's quiet except for the sound of the wind rustling the green blades. Waves crash below. (This probably sounds overly poetic, but I can't describe it any other way). Then a bird with a wingspan anywhere between six and eleven feet swoops inches past your face. That's what West Point Island is like.
Rockhopper penguins, West Point Island (Falkland Islands)
Magellanic penguin, Saunders Island (Falkland Islands)