Bouvet Islandball is a dependency of Norwayball. It is the most remote island in the world, located somewhere in between South Africaball and Antarcticaball. Being permanently covered in ice, its clay is uninhabited and is only home to seals and a weather station.
Bouvet Islandball was first spotted in 1739 by Franceball but only recorded in 1808 by UKball, although its clay was not set foot on until 1822 by an American seal hunter.
In 1825, UKball officially laid claim to its clay, naming it Liverpool Islandball. However, in 1927, Norwayball made the first temporary settlement on it while claiming the clay as its own. While UKball first protested, hazy data from its last expedition and the unimportance of the island made UKball accept the island as Norwagian clay.
Bouvet Islandball became a natural reserve as of 1971.