778 islands make up the Falklands, the largest of which are East and West Falkland.
There are around 500,000 sheep on the Falklands and 3,398 people.
The islands are home to 70% of the world’s black-browed albatross population.
The world’s longest corridor, half a mile long, is located within RAF Mount Pleasant.
Phone numbers are five digits long.
The Falklands are home to five breeds of penguins.
During World War I, the Falklands were the site of one of the largest naval battles to take place.
During the peak summer months, December to February, the islands can welcome up to 60,000 cruise ship passengers.
Penguins outnumber people by a ratio of 250 to one.