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07.01.2023 09:09
Geography of Cook Islands Antworten

The Cook Islands are considered a large nation due to their total area. Its total land area is 236 km² (about 91 mi²). The Cook Islands continental shelf is approximately 0 km². The Cook Islands are in Oceania. Oceania is a region that includes many of the islands in the tropical Pacific. It is sometimes referred to as Oceanica. Countries in Oceania include New Zealand and the Solomon Islands, among others. The Cook Islands are not a landlocked country. It means it is bounded by at least one major body of water.

Neighbors
The total length of land borders of Cook Islands is 0 kilometers (~0 miles). The Cook Islands have no land borders, which means they also have no neighboring countries in the traditional sense of the word.

Cities
The capital of the Cook Islands is Avarua.

Elevation
The highest point in the Cook Islands is Te Manga with an official elevation of 652 m (2,139 ft). The lowest point of the Cook Islands is the Pacific Ocean. The difference in elevation between the highest (Te Manga) and lowest (Pacific Ocean) points in the Cook Islands is 652 m (2 ft).

Area
The total land area of the Cook Islands is 236 km² (about 91 mi²). and the total Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) is 0 km² (~0 mi²). The Cook Islands continental shelf is approximately 0 km². Including the landmass and the EEZ, the total area of the Cook Islands is approximately 236 km² (~91 mi²). The Cook Islands are considered a large nation due to their total area.

Forest and farmland
There are 40 km² of arable land in the Cook Islands, which makes up 17% of the country's total area.

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