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OC-272R.jpgOC-272 Barat Daya Islands8 viewsKisar, also known as Yotowawa, is a small island in the Southwestern Moluccas in Indonesia. It is included within the Southernmost Islands District (Kecamatan Pulau-Pulau Terselatan) within the Southwest Islands Regency of the Maluku Province; the District also includes the larger (but less populated) Romang Island further north. It is one of the 92 officially listed outlying islands of Indonesia. The principal town is Wonreli, with 6,652 inhabitants at the 2010 Census
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OC-273R.jpgOC-273 Gorong and Watubela Islands8 viewsGorong archipelago is a group of islands between Watubela archipelago and Ceram in the Maluku Islands, Indonesia. Gorom, is the biggest island, with the villages of Miran (Miren) on the east coast, Ondor (Ondur) in the northwest and Hur on its southwestern coast.
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OC-274.jpgOC-274 Lucipara and Penyu Islands8 viewsPenyu Islands are part of the Molucca Islands, located at the south of Strait of Manipa near Ceram, Indonesia. To the west are the Lucipara Islands, to the east the Banda Islands and the south the Barat Daya Islands.
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OC-276R.jpgOC-276 Mapia Islands8 viewsMapia Atoll (Indonesian: Kepulauan Mapia), historically known as the Freewill Islands or San David, is an atoll in the Pacific Ocean. It is located in Papua province of Indonesia, approximately 290 kilometers north of the city of Manokwari and 630 kilometers from the islands of Palau.
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OC-277.jpgOC-277 Sorol Atoll8 viewsSorol is a coral atoll of nine islands in the central Caroline Islands in the Pacific Ocean, and forms a legislative district in Yap State in the Federated States of Micronesia. Sorol is located approximately 150 kilometres (93 mi) south of Ulithi and 250 kilometres (160 mi) southeast of the island of Yap.
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OC-277R.jpgOC-277 Sorol Atoll8 viewsSorol is a coral atoll of nine islands in the central Caroline Islands in the Pacific Ocean, and forms a legislative district in Yap State in the Federated States of Micronesia. Sorol is located approximately 150 kilometres (93 mi) south of Ulithi and 250 kilometres (160 mi) southeast of the island of Yap.
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OC-278R.jpgOC-278 Ujelang Atoll8 viewsUjelang Atoll (Marshallese: Wūjlan̄, [u̯u͡izʲ(e)lʲæ͡ɑŋ][1]) is a coral atoll of 30 islands in the Pacific Ocean, in the Ralik Chain of the Marshall Islands. It is the westernmost island in the Marshall Islands, approximately 217 kilometres (135 mi) southeast of Enewetak, and approximately 600 kilometres (370 mi) west of the main Ralik Chain. In 1989 Ujelang became permanently uninhabited. Ujelang Atoll is currently owned by the Enewetak Council and is now very rarely visited.
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OC-279.jpgOC-279 Malden Island8 viewsMalden Island, sometimes called Independence Island in the nineteenth century, is a low, arid, uninhabited atoll in the central Pacific Ocean, about 39 km2 (15 sq mi) in area. It is one of the Line Islands belonging to the Republic of Kiribati. The island is chiefly notable for its mysterious prehistoric ruins, its once-extensive deposits of phosphatic guano (exploited by Australian interests from c. 1860–1927), its former use as the site of the first British H-bomb tests (Operation Grapple, 1957), and its current importance as a protected area for breeding seabirds.
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OC-279R.jpgOC-279 Malden Island8 viewsMalden Island, sometimes called Independence Island in the nineteenth century, is a low, arid, uninhabited atoll in the central Pacific Ocean, about 39 km2 (15 sq mi) in area. It is one of the Line Islands belonging to the Republic of Kiribati. The island is chiefly notable for its mysterious prehistoric ruins, its once-extensive deposits of phosphatic guano (exploited by Australian interests from c. 1860–1927), its former use as the site of the first British H-bomb tests (Operation Grapple, 1957), and its current importance as a protected area for breeding seabirds.
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OC-280.jpgOC-280 Starbuck Island8 viewsStarbuck Island (or Volunteer Island) is an uninhabited coral island in the central Pacific, and is part of the Central Line Islands of Kiribati. The island boasts a large colony of sooty terns, estimated at 1.5 million pairs, together with Polynesian rats, feral cats, green turtles, and around fifteen other species of seabirds. There is no freshwater on the island, which is one of the drier atolls in the Line Island group.
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OC-280R.jpgOC-280 Starbuck Island8 viewsStarbuck Island (or Volunteer Island) is an uninhabited coral island in the central Pacific, and is part of the Central Line Islands of Kiribati. The island boasts a large colony of sooty terns, estimated at 1.5 million pairs, together with Polynesian rats, feral cats, green turtles, and around fifteen other species of seabirds. There is no freshwater on the island, which is one of the drier atolls in the Line Island group.
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OC-281.jpgOC-281 Caroline Island;Millennium Island8 viewsCaroline Island or Caroline Atoll (also known as Millennium Island and Beccisa Island), is the easternmost of the uninhabited coral atolls which comprise the southern Line Islands in the central Pacific Ocean, part of the Republic of Kiribati since the island nation's independence in 1979.
Caroline Island has remained relatively untouched and is considered one of the world's most pristine tropical islands. It is home to one of the world's largest populations of the coconut crab and is an important breeding site for seabirds, most notably the sooty tern.
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OC-281R.jpgOC-281 Caroline Island;Millennium Island8 viewsCaroline Island or Caroline Atoll (also known as Millennium Island and Beccisa Island), is the easternmost of the uninhabited coral atolls which comprise the southern Line Islands in the central Pacific Ocean, part of the Republic of Kiribati since the island nation's independence in 1979.
Caroline Island has remained relatively untouched and is considered one of the world's most pristine tropical islands. It is home to one of the world's largest populations of the coconut crab and is an important breeding site for seabirds, most notably the sooty tern.
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OC-282.jpgOC-282 Vostok and Flint Islands8 viewsFlint Island is an uninhabited coral island in the central Pacific Ocean, part of the Southern Line Islands under the jurisdiction of Kiribati. Flint Island is located about 740 kilometres (400 nautical miles; 460 miles) northwest of Tahiti, 190 kilometres (100 nautical miles; 120 miles) south-southeast of Vostok Island, and 220 kilometres (120 nautical miles; 140 miles) southwest of Caroline Island. The island is now mostly covered with planted coconut palms.
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OC-282R.jpgOC-282 Vostok and Flint Islands8 viewsFlint Island is an uninhabited coral island in the central Pacific Ocean, part of the Southern Line Islands under the jurisdiction of Kiribati. Flint Island is located about 740 kilometres (400 nautical miles; 460 miles) northwest of Tahiti, 190 kilometres (100 nautical miles; 120 miles) south-southeast of Vostok Island, and 220 kilometres (120 nautical miles; 140 miles) southwest of Caroline Island. The island is now mostly covered with planted coconut palms.
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OC-283R.jpgOC-283 Tauu Islands;Takuu Islands8 viewsTakuu, formerly known as Tauu and also known as Takuu Mortlock or Marqueen Islands, is a small, isolated atoll off the east coast of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea. Takuu lies about 250 km to the northeast of Kieta, capital of Bougainville. The atoll consists of about 13 islands to the east and one island to the northwest. Its position is 4°45′S 157°2′E. Takuu Island is the southernmost and largest of the islands on the eastern side of the atoll. In 2019 the estimated resident population was 150.
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OC-284R.jpgOC-284 Nukumanu Islands8 viewsNukumanu, formerly Tasman Islands, is an atoll of Papua New Guinea, located in the Southwestern Pacific Ocean, 4 degrees south of the equator. Administratively Nukumanu is part of Papua New Guinea, but it lies quite far away from the closest territory of Papua New Guinea proper, which is the coast of New Ireland island at 682 km to the west. The nearest land is Ontong Java Atoll, located only 38 km to the south of Nukumanu. The border between Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands runs between these neighboring atolls, which form a small geographic group together with the wholly submerged Roncador Reef at the southern end.
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OC-285.jpgOC-285 Sikaiana Atoll;Stewart Islands8 viewsSikaiana (formerly called the Stewart Islands) is a small atoll 212 kilometres (132 miles) NE of Malaita in Solomon Islands in the south Pacific Ocean. It is almost 14 kilometres (8.7 miles) in length and its lagoon, known as Te Moana, is totally enclosed by the coral reef. There is no safe anchorage close to this atoll, which makes it often inaccessible to outsiders. Sikaiana's population is approximately 300 people of Polynesian descent—not of the Melanesian descent prevalent in the main Solomon Islands. It is considered by anthropologists to be a Polynesian outlier.
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OC-286.jpgOC-286 Antipodes Islands8 viewsThe Antipodes Islands are inhospitable and uninhabited volcanic islands in subantarctic waters to the south of – and territorially part of – New Zealand. They lie 860 kilometres (534 mi) to the southeast of Stewart Island/Rakiura, and 730 kilometres (454 mi) to the northeast of Campbell Island. The islands are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, together with other subantarctic New Zealand islands. The island group is a nature reserve and there is no general public access.
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OC-286R.jpgOC-286 Antipodes Islands8 viewsThe Antipodes Islands are inhospitable and uninhabited volcanic islands in subantarctic waters to the south of – and territorially part of – New Zealand. They lie 860 kilometres (534 mi) to the southeast of Stewart Island/Rakiura, and 730 kilometres (454 mi) to the northeast of Campbell Island. The islands are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, together with other subantarctic New Zealand islands. The island group is a nature reserve and there is no general public access.
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OC-113AR.jpgOC-113 Actaeon group8 viewsThe Acteon Group (Groupe Actéon) is a rather isolated and uninhabited subgroup in the far southeast of the Tuamotu atoll group in French Polynesia. It is located about 1,400 km (870 mi) east-southeast of Tahiti at latitude: 21° 17' 60 S, longitude: 136° 29' W.
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oc-168.jpgOC-168 Russell Islands7 viewsThe Russell Islands are two small islands (Pavuvu and Mbanika), as well as several islets, of volcanic origin, in the Central Province of Solomon Islands. They are located approximately 48 kilometres (30 miles) northwest of Guadalcanal. The islands are partially covered in coconut plantations, and have a copra and oil factory at Yandina (on Mbanika).
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oc-179.jpgOC-179 Duff Islands7 viewsThe Duff Islands are a small island group lying to the northeast of the Santa Cruz Islands in the Solomon Islands province of Temotu. They are also sometimes known as the Wilson Islands. The Duff Islands were settled by the Lapita people about 900 BC. They were followed by Melanesians and then Polynesians in the mid-1400s. The modern inhabitants of the Duff Islands are Polynesians, and their language, Pileni, is a member of the Samoic branch of Polynesian languages. On the islands of Duff live about 500.
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oc-179r.jpgOC-179 Duff Islands7 viewsThe Duff Islands are a small island group lying to the northeast of the Santa Cruz Islands in the Solomon Islands province of Temotu. They are also sometimes known as the Wilson Islands. The Duff Islands were settled by the Lapita people about 900 BC. They were followed by Melanesians and then Polynesians in the mid-1400s. The modern inhabitants of the Duff Islands are Polynesians, and their language, Pileni, is a member of the Samoic branch of Polynesian languages. On the islands of Duff live about 500.
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OC-113a.jpgOC-113 Actaeon group6 viewsThe Acteon Group (Groupe Actéon) is a rather isolated and uninhabited subgroup in the far southeast of the Tuamotu atoll group in French Polynesia. It is located about 1,400 km (870 mi) east-southeast of Tahiti at latitude: 21° 17' 60 S, longitude: 136° 29' W.
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OC-114.jpgOC-114 Raivavae Island4 viewsRaivavae is one of the Austral Islands in French Polynesia. Its total land area including offshore islets is 17.9 km2 (6.9 sq mi).[1]:205 At the 2017 census it had a population of 903. The island is of volcanic origin, and rises to 437 metres (1,434 ft) elevation at Mont Hiro.
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OC-114R.jpgOC-114 Raivavae Island4 viewsRaivavae is one of the Austral Islands in French Polynesia. Its total land area including offshore islets is 17.9 km2 (6.9 sq mi).[1]:205 At the 2017 census it had a population of 903. The island is of volcanic origin, and rises to 437 metres (1,434 ft) elevation at Mont Hiro.
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OC-297.jpgOC-297 Morane Atoll4 viewsMorane is an uninhabited small isolated atoll of the Tuamotu Archipelago in French Polynesia. It is located 153 km southwest of Maria Est, its closest neighbour. Morane Atoll is the southernmost atoll of the Tuamotus proper. It measures 5.8 km in length, 3.5 km in width and has a land area of 2.85 km2. The lagoon has an area of 11 km2 and has no passes. The islands on its reef are covered with screw pine (Pandanus) and coconut trees.
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OC-297R.jpgOC-297 Morane Atoll4 viewsMorane is an uninhabited small isolated atoll of the Tuamotu Archipelago in French Polynesia. It is located 153 km southwest of Maria Est, its closest neighbour. Morane Atoll is the southernmost atoll of the Tuamotus proper. It measures 5.8 km in length, 3.5 km in width and has a land area of 2.85 km2. The lagoon has an area of 11 km2 and has no passes. The islands on its reef are covered with screw pine (Pandanus) and coconut trees.
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OC-027_28229.jpgOC-027 Marquesas Islands2 viewsThe Marquesas Islands are a group of volcanic islands in French Polynesia, an overseas collectivity of France in the southern Pacific Ocean. The Marquesas are located at 9.7812° S, 139.0817° W. The highest point is the peak of Mount Oave (French: Mont Oave) on Ua Pou island at 1,230 m (4,035 ft) above sea level.
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OC-105.jpgOC-105 Cagayan de Sulu group1 viewsMapun is an island municipality in the Sulu Sea on the south-western extreme of the Philippines, located very close to Sabah, Malaysia. The people inhabiting the island are known as Jama Mapun or "people of Mapun". Their dialect is Pullun Mapun, which means "Mapun language".
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OC-105R.jpgOC-105 Cagayan de Sulu group1 viewsMapun is an island municipality in the Sulu Sea on the south-western extreme of the Philippines, located very close to Sabah, Malaysia. The people inhabiting the island are known as Jama Mapun or "people of Mapun". Their dialect is Pullun Mapun, which means "Mapun language".
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OC-027_28129.jpgOC-027 Marquesas Islands1 viewsThe Marquesas Islands are a group of volcanic islands in French Polynesia, an overseas collectivity of France in the southern Pacific Ocean. The Marquesas are located at 9.7812° S, 139.0817° W. The highest point is the peak of Mount Oave (French: Mont Oave) on Ua Pou island at 1,230 m (4,035 ft) above sea level.
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OC-058S.jpgOC-058 D'Entrecasteaux Reefs1 viewsLocated in the Coral Sea , the Entrecasteaux reefs are reefs at the water's edge in northwestern New Caledonia . Uninhabited, they are located 223 km from the northeastern tip of Grande Terre , in the extension of the Belep Islands from which they are separated by the "Grand Passage" strait 500 to 600 meters deep. They constitute the northern limit of the lagoon of the archipelago of New Caledonia .
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OC-090A.jpgOC-090 Calamian group1 viewsThe Calamian Islands or Calamianes is a group of islands in the Philippine province of Palawan. Busuanga Island hosts the largest town, Coron, in the Calamian Islands.
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OC-250R~0.jpgOC-250 Masalembu Islands1 viewsThe Masalembu Islands lie in the Java Sea to the north of Madura, about halfway between Madura and Borneo. The Madurese language is spoken on the islands. The three main islands are Masalembu Island, Masakambing Island, and Karamian Island. The land area of the district is 40.85 square km, and they had a population of 20,687 people in the 2000 census
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