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Atlantic islands

Widely scattered islands in the atlantic ocean as far north as the azores and as far south as the south sandwich islands, with the greatest concentration found in the caribbean region. They include annobon island, ascension, canary islands, falkland islands, fernando po (also called isla de bioko and bioko), gough island, madeira, sao tome and principe, saint helena, and tristan da cunha.

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