Welcome to D--- Island.

Joleen Vultaggio from Sterling Heights, Michigan, whose hobby is exploring Google Earth for unmapped places recently found an uh... interestingly shaped island in the Pacific Ocean.

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The Sun reports that Vultaggio, who co-founded a Facebook group for like-minded Google Earth superfans, recently shared the coordinates and photos of her phallic find.

The piece of land is located within the tropical Trinity Islands off the coast of French-owned New Caledonia, Oceania.

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Vultaggio tells The Sun,

"I was looking around the Trinity Islands and it just popped up and I thought 'wow, that really looks like an uncircumcised penis'... I had to drop the pin on the map right away, so people know I didn't just stick that image through Photoshop or create it myself. I shared it so people could pull up the coordinates and see it with their own eyes that it's physically there and it really does look like a penis."

She continues,

"The water looks blue and beautiful and I'd love the area to be closer to me. I'd love to go and travel there and sit on the d**k."

She for real said that. Well, it does look like a pretty lovely d---, if we're being honest.

According to News.Com.Au, D--- Island is about 500 meters long. The closest land mass is the Trinity Island of Ouvea, which has a population of 3,400, and is known for its idyllic beaches.

Oveau Island - Google

If you'd like to see for yourself, google the coordinates 20°37'37.0"S 166°18'02.0"E and switch to satellite view.

Someone even submitted it to Snopes, who did indeed find that D--- Island is a real thing.

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