Brief facts about Cook Island The Cook Islands are believed to be the most beautiful islands on the pacific with 15 Islands spread over an area the size of India but with a population of just about 15,000 people. The Cooks speak their own language and have their own government…

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The Cook Island is a name given to 15 different tiny islands in the South Pacific Ocean where most people refer to as the Jewels of the Pacific. These 15 islands are; Rarotonga, the capital island where the international airport is, Mangaia, Atiu, Aitutaki, Mauke, Takutea, Mitiaro, Manuae, Suwarrow, Palmerston,…

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The Natural Diversity Of The Cook Islands The Cook Islands, situated in the South Pacific Ocean northeast of New Zealand, is home to many magnificent and endangered species of wild animals as well as various tropical plant species. None of the wild animals are dangerous or poisonous and so it…

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