The Duke Group Archipelago is a group of islands of three large islands and a pair of tiny ones that are in and around them. Marble Island (2500 acres / 1011 ha), Hunter Island (300 acres / 121 ha) and Tynemouth Island (500 acres / 202 ha). The islands are adorned by the fact that they are incredibly diverse, they are different for each other. Some of them look like ranches in America, there is even a rocky island with pines like in Canada, there are meadows, even deer and cows on the beaches! The iron island is reddish in color. And yet they are in the tropics. Specific forms make multiple beaches and lagoons, and lakes, hills and plains, with a variety of vegetation. The main island, Marble has infrastructure, a runway and some coconut palms.
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