The Solomon Islands are a South Pacific archipelago made up of nearly one thousand islands, lying to the east of Papua New Guinea. Melanesian people are believed to have inhabited the islands for many thousands of years. The country’s important resources are fish, timber, gold, bauxite, phosphates, lead, zinc and nickel. Saltwater crocodiles are common and great care should be taken while in or near any body of water. solomon_islands

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