Tauna

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Tauna is an Islet of the Gambier Islands of French Polynesia.[1]

In and around Polynesia, islets are widely known by the term Motu, from the term for the coral-rubble islets common to the region.[2]

During a recent filming of the television show GT Hunters[3] shot on Tauna in April 2014, the locals of the village Rikitea[4] have come to unofficially call this small island, Motu Topher, after the cinematographer who fell madly in love with the island.

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Coordinates: 23°08′47″S 134°51′06″W / 23.1464°S 134.8518°W / -23.1464; -134.8518