The second largest and oldest island in the Las Cincos Muertes island chain, Isla Matanceros (from the Spanish matanza, “slaughter”) is shaped roughly like a bent rectangle, with “flat” north and south shores, a generally convex western shore, and a concave eastern one. The island has no tall, mountainous remains from any of its three ancient, extinct volcanoes. However, sheer cliffs and a few steep, isolated mountains are scattered across the northern and central areas of the island.
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