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Chatham Islands

Definition/Scope: Island group in the South Pacific Ocean, about 500 miles east of New Zealand. Composed of 10 islands, with a total land area of 372 square miles, they are primarily of volcanic formation, but areas of limestone indicate that they may once have been part of New Zealand.



Broader Terms:

Pacific Ocean islands

Related Terms:

New Zealand


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