Situated in the Western Pacific, at the north-western edge of Micronesia, Guam has a tropical climate that is benign to many plants. The southern part of the 543 square-kilometer island has a volcanic origin, whereas the northern part consists of a limestone plateau formed by upheaval of an old coral reef. Here are some examples of what the landscape - forests, hills, and coastline - looks like.

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